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Variations in the Medicaid Safety Net for Children and Youth with High Medical Costs: A Comparison of Four States

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This report analyzes the Medicaid experience of children and young adults with total annual Medicaid claims of $25,000 or more in California, Georgia, Michigan and Tennessee in order to better understand service utilization patterns and how they vary by age and other characteristics. An important part of the study involved analysis of the eligibility pathways through which the children became enrolled in Medicaid. [30 PDF pages]

Youth | High-Need, High-Cost Populations | Children
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