The mission of the Master of Public Administration program is to prepare individuals for management and leadership positions in public service organizations (such as government, nonprofit, and health care) and to do this in a responsible, accountable and transparent manner.

Collected here are manuscripts produced by the esteemed faculty of the Department of Public Administration of the College at Brockport.

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Submissions from 1980

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01. Who Will Take Care of Me in 2020? (Full text), Edward H. Downey and Robert Guhde

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02. Front Matter - Who Will Care For Me in 2020?, Edward H. Downey and Robert Guhde

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03. Table of Contents - Who Will Care For Me in 2020?, Edward H. Downey

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04. Introduction, Edward H. Downey and Robert Guhde

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05. Uncovering the Issues, Tracy Logel

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06. Standards For Long Term Care Facilities: The Need For Reform, Glenn Boetcher and Sharon Price

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07. Appropriate Levels of Care, Robert R. Vogel and Judith Simpson

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08. The Financing of Long Term Care, Kevin O'Connor and Fred J. Volpe

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09. Federalizing the Administration of Medicaid, Sandra Caccamise

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10. Ethics: The Quality of Life, Litz Gonzalez and Kathy Palokoff

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11. Concluding Comments, Edward H. Downey and Robert Guhde

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12. Medicaid Reimbursement for Long Term Care: Problems and Options, Barry Bozeman, Rick Hug, and Paul Schryba

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13. Long Term Care: Medicaid Reimbursement Does High Cost Yield High Quality?, Walter Balk, Maria Muscarella, Jean Rosenthal, and Garrett Sanders

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14. The Long Term Care Medicaid Reimbursement Problem, Carl Ekstrom, Jean S. Doremus, Jeanne B. Hutchins, and Laura B. Volk