Of the 78.6 million individuals enrolled in Medicaid in 2016, approximately 2.6 million had an intellectual or developmental disability (I/DD). Of those 2.6 million, 882,076 (33%) were receiving long-term services and supports (LTSS) and 1,766,911 (67%) were not receiving LTSS. Financing and delivery systems for acute care services for the I/DD population vary first by whether or not the person receives LTSS. For those not receiving LTSS, the majority of the population is likely to be served in the same manner as the aged, blind, and disabled population. For those enrolled . . .
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