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Paving the Way to Better Integration

ATI's Allison Rizer, along with Arnold Ventures' Amy Abdnor and Arielle Mir, share their thoughts on the CY2023 Medicare Advantage Final Rule, and its unprecedented focus on integration.
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CY2023 Medicare Advantage Final Rule: D-SNP and Dual Eligible Impacts

ATI Advisory prepared the following overview to provide stakeholders with a summary, and insights, into the key provisions impacting dual eligible beneficiaries.
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What We Didn’t Hear During the Senate Hearing on Dual Eligible Beneficiaries

ATI's Allison Rizer provides a reaction to the February 2022 Senate Hearing on dual eligible beneficiaries and identifies key barriers that must be included in policymaking if Congress hopes to tackle Medicare-Medicaid integration in a meaningful way.
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How the CY2023 Proposed Rule Hits (And Misses) the Integration Mark

The 2023 MAPD Proposed Rule is packed full of D-SNP integration requirements, but the journey isn't done. Our blog explores what more needs to be done to advance integration for dual eligibles.
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HCBS – Just One Piece of the Puzzle

Authors: Allison Rizer, Amy Abdnor, Arielle Mir If you had to choose between living at home or in a nursing facility, which would you choose if you had a disability or were too frail to care for yourself? Most would likely choose their home, but they need support to do so. Home and community-based services (HCBS) ... HCBS – Just One Piece of the Puzzle
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Fixing the FIDE-SNP – Redefining “Fully Integrated”

Fully integrated Special Needs Plans (FIDE-SNPs) are considered the "North Star" among Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans, but these programs may not have the degree of integration one expects. ATI, in collaboration with Arnold Ventures, explores gaps in the current FIDE-SNP definition, barriers experienced by states, and how the model can be improved at the federal and state level.
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