Allison Rizer outlines in Health Affairs how states using Medicaid FFS to serve dual-eligible individuals can create a more integrated, financially sustainable program design.
How Integrated Programs Can Address The Challenges Of Limited English Proficiency For Dual Eligible Individuals
Laura Benzing, Allison Rizer, and Anne Tumlinson write for Health Affairs on how State policy makers can improve person-centered care for dual-eligible individuals with limited English proficiency and their caregivers. The publication offers concrete recommendations for states to assess linguistic needs and ensure subsequent assessments are linguistically appropriate, improve language accessibility measures, and engage providers and dual-eligible individuals from limited English proficiency communities.Read More Read More
Senior Advisor Jade Gong offers her thoughts about the future of the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE): “We know that the model works and many states are very intentional about wanting to have significant coverage of PACE in their state and that is a very positive thing.”Read More Read More
ATI Advisory (ATI), a leading healthcare consulting firm, is pleased to announce the appointment of Brian Fuller as Managing Director, where he will spearhead the Value-Based Care Design and Delivery Practice.Read More Read More