MFP

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AcronymDefinition
MFPMultifunction Printer
MFPMinisterul Finantelor Publice (Romanian: Ministry of Finance)
MFPMultifunction Peripheral
MFPMoney Follows the Person (US DHHS)
MFPMusic for Peace (performing artist network, Uganda)
MFPMerchandise Processing Fee
MFPManagement Frame Protection (software)
MFPMultifactor Productivity
MFPMain Flooding Paths
MFPManagement Frame Protection
MFPMulti Function Printer
MFPMacromedia Flash Player
MFPMacromedia Flash Paper
MFPMulti Function Peripheral
MFPMeta File Picture
MFPMulti Function Product
MFPMinisterio de Finanzas Públicas (Spanish: Ministry of Public Finance; Guatemala)
MFPMean Free Path
MFPMicro Finance Program (various organizations)
MFPMutualité Fonction Publique (French: Mutual Public Service)
MFPMaster Facilities Plan (various locations)
MFPMicrosoft FrontPage
MFPMulti-Function Product
MFPMaster Financial Professional
MFPMonofluorophosphate
MFPMarematlou Freedom Party (Lesotho)
MFPMinistry Formation Program (various organizations)
MFPMatched-Field Processing (signal processing)
MFPMajor Force Program
MFPMulti-Function Polis
MFPMain Force Patrol (fictional police task force)
MFPMateriel Fielding Plan
MFPMilitary Family Program
MFPMarine Forces Pacific
MFPMulti-Filament Polypropylene
MFPMini-Flat Package
MFPMountain Falls Park (Virginia)
MFPMerchandise Financial Planning (Oracle)
MFPMountain Food Products
MFPMitzvah Food Project (Jewish project)
MFPMaster Financial Planning
MFPMuncie Free Press (Muncie, IN)
MFPMixed Fission Product(s)
MFPMain Feed Pump
MFPManufacturing Plan
MFPMobile Fire Post (Singapore Civil Defence Force)
MFPMinimal Flight Path
MFPMagnetic Field Perturbative (Method)
MFPMortar Firing Point
MFPMain Force Police
MFPMinimum Faulty Polygon
MFPMission Force Protection
MFPMulti-Camera Field Production (video shoot for live concerts/shows)
MFPMessage Preparation Facility
MFPMoisture and Fungus-Proof Paint
MFPMarine Forensics Panel
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Box 1 ACA Initiatives to Expand Medicaid Nonmedical, Community Transportation * Money Follows the Person * Community First Choice * Balancing Incentive Program * Section 1915(i) State Option
Tenders are invited for Money Follows the Person Community Reinvestment Initiative
In 2005, the legislature codified the policy into law and established a distinct Money Follows the Person budgetary line item.
New Options for Long-Term Supports and Services Extends and Enhances the Successful Money Follows the Person (MFP) Program through 2016 with an additional $2.
Through programs such as Money Follows the Person and the Community First Choice Option, communityworks empowers individuals to live life on their own terms.
The ACA also includes a number of reforms expanding Medicaid funding authorities encouraging participant direction, including Community First Choice (Section 1915[k]) and revisions in the 1915(i) authority, as well as Money Follows the Person and a major funding increase for Aging and Disability Resource Centers, which provide options counseling in a person-centered manner.
One initiative to promote rebalancing, known as money follows the person," offers state incentives to transition long-stay residents out of facilities and into the community.
The new grant solicitation issued July 26 by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) encourages states not yet part of the Money Follows the Person Rebalancing (MFP) Demonstration to apply for grant funds.
The federal government's Money Follows the Person (MFP) Demonstration (CMS 2007) as well as many state-initiated programs have attempted to facilitate discharge from nursing home to community (Kasper and O'Malley 2006a, b).
The person-centered approach to LTC is also reflected in CMS' Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waiver, Real Choice Systems Change Grant, and Money Follows the Person Grant programs.
The grants, known as Money Follows the Person Rebalancing Demonstration Awards, will provide extra federal matching dollars to help participating states cover the costs of moving people out of institutions such as nursing homes.