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  1. Federal/State Partnerships for Long-term Care: Next Steps
  2. Federal/State Partnership - Key Ingredients
  3. Constituencies
  4. Shared Goals
  5. Shared Goal - Challenge
  6. Shared Goal
  7. Federal Response: New Freedom Initiative
  8. New Freedom Initiative
  9. New Freedom
  10. Emerging Role of CMS
  11. Emerging Partnership Role of CMS
  12. Emerging Partnership Role Evidenced by...
  13. Systems Change for Community Living
  14. Systems Change for Community Living
  15. Systems Change for Community Living
  16. Systems Change for Community Living
  17. Information and Assistance
  18. Community-Based Alternatives - EO #13217
  19. Community-Based Alternatives (EO)
  20. Community-Based Alternatives (EO)
  21. Community-Based Alternatives (EO)
  22. State Partnership Responsibilities
  23. State: Improving Existing Services
  24. State: Access to Potential Funding
  25. State/Constituent Dialog
  26. Cash and Counseling
  27. Cash and Counseling
  28. Cash and Counseling
  29. Federal/State Partnership: Next Steps

This slide is titled 'Federal/State Partnerships for Long Term Care: Next Steps.' It is a presentation by Mary Jean Duckett of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services given at the AHRQ-NGA meeting, State Long Term Care Systems: Reducing Cost, Quality and Access, held in Indianapolis, IN, May 6-8, 2002.



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