Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
This article reports on a study of interstate differences in the availability of nursing home beds, personal care home slots and public housing, and attempts to assess the impact of the adoption of Medicare and Medicaid six years before on the availability of these components of what was termed the "geriatric residential environments continuum" or GRE. The underlying idea is that components of long-term health care, personal care and housing/shelter are three common elements of a wide variety of public policy for the aged.
Digital Commons Citation
Lohmann, Nancy and Lohmann, Roger A., "Medicare, Medicaid and the Geriatric Residential Environment" (1971). Faculty Scholarship. 752.