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Rural veterans have fewer ED visits, more psychotherapy with VA tablets

ATI's Kimberly Smathers talks with Modern Healthcare about a study on veteran tele-psychotherapy and utilization, "The findings seem promising for reducing the rural disparity in suicide, considering the increased rates of suicide in rural areas."
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Halting HCBS Support Is ‘Like Bringing an Umbrella to a Hurricane,’ Advocates Argue in Senate Hearing

Home Health Care News reports on Anne Tumlinson's testimony on HCBS, "Halting HCBS support is like bringing an umbrella to a hurricane."
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What I Learned From My Family’s Home Health Experience

Anne Tumlinson shares personal insights in Health Affairs, “My experience supporting my father suggests that we have a long way to go before our payment systems and benefit designs are equipped to deliver on the benefits of healthcare at home”
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Competition drives Medicare Advantage plans to offer special benefits in 2022

ATI's Cromer and Rallos talk with Modern Healthcare, "Medicare Advantage significantly grew enrollment from '21 to '22, accompanied by increased competition among plans. Plans see benefits as key differentiators for both new and current members."
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States overlooking untapped potential of dual-eligible special needs plans

McKnights Senior Living interviews ATI's Brie Ensslin Janoski on how states can connect the dots on integrated Medicare-Medicaid models for dually eligible individuals and the untapped potential of Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs).
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Mayo, Kaiser form coalition to extend hospital at home into the future

ATI Founder and CEO, Anne Tumlinson, talks with Modern Healthcare about the future of hospital-at-home programs and whether racial or socioeconomic factors may affect a patient's ability to receive care at home.
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