Home-Delivered Meals for Seniors Mean States Could Save Money


According to a new study from the Brown University public health researchers, if every state in the US has expanded the number of seniors getting meals by just 1 percent, more than a thousand Medicaid recipients avoid living in a nursing home.

The study also shows that most states would experience a net annual savings from executing the expansion. Among the states, Pennsylvania would see the greatest net savings.

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Federal Programs Related to - Food

Programs that provide access to free or low-cost food products by distributing groceries and providing meals.

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Federal Programs Related to - Meal Distribution

Programs that provide supplementary nutrition for low-income, indigent, elderly and/or disabled people which may include hot meals, snacks, or milk for children. Adult Care Feeding; Adult Care Food Programs; Child & Adult Care Food; Child Care Feeding Programs; Child Care Food Programs; Child Nutrition Programs; Congregate Meals; Group Meals; Home Delivered Meals; Homeless Meals; Hot Meals; Low-Cost Meal Programs; Meal Vouchers; Meals for Homeless People;; Meals on Wheels; Milk Programs; Nutrition Sites; School Breakfasts; School Lunch Programs; Senior Nutrition Sites; Soup Kitchens; Summer Food Service Programs;

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Programs that focus on the history, society, politics, culture, and economics of a particular geographic region. African studies; American studies/civilization; Asian studies; area studies; Balkan studies; Baltic studies; Canadian studies; Caribbean studies; Central Asian studies; Central European studies; Chinese studies; Commonwealth studies; East Asian studies; Eastern European studies; European studies/civilization; French studies; German studies; Iberian studies; Italian studies; Japanese studies; Korean studies; Latin American studies; Middle Eastern studies; Middle European studies; Near Eastern studies; Pacific area studies; Pacific Rim studies; Polish studies; regional studies; Russian studies; Scandinavian studies; Slavic studies; South Asian studies; Southeast Asian studies; Spanish studies; Tibetan studies; United States studies/civilization; Ukraine studies; Ural-Altaic studies; Western European studies;




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