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Senior Living Communities: Uniquely Positioned to Reduce Social Isolation and Promote Social Connection in Older Adults

Senior living communities are positioned to provide social opportunities that help residents stay physically and mentally well while reducing isolation and health expenditures.
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State Strategies to Increase HCBS Provider Capacity

The shortage of worforce capacity to deliver services to beneficiaries limits the ability of state Medicaid agencies to provide services. States have three core options to encourage managed care entities to support HCBS capacity building efforts.
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A Profile of Medicare-Medicaid Dual Beneficiaries

Impactful policymaking requires understanding individuals’ holistic health. This chartbook provides insights into the dual eligible population, supporting efforts to provide meaningfully integrated programs to all dual eligible beneficiaries.
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Accessing Capital in Nursing Home Industry: The Role of Policy and Implications for the Future

Policymakers are calling attention to nursing home regulations clearly identifying owners and operators. We reviewed capital market dynamics, the role of private capital in the industry, and included policy implications for future reform.
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A Policy Roadmap for Advancing Medicare-Medicaid Integration Through Medicaid Programs

With no current requirements ensuring that Medicaid programs serving dual eligible individuals integrate with Medicare, CMS has an opportunity to achieve greater integration for these individuals, and improving access to integrated programs.
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Promoting Independent Living Among Older Adults and People with Disabilities

Medi-Cal allows managed care plans to provide flexible person-centered services and address social drivers of health. Other states across the country can look to California’s experience to explore opportunities to leverage ILOS more broadly.
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