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State Resource Center

ATI Advisory is pleased to release these first resources as part of our State Resource Center. We will continue to release state resources reflecting the latest insights and novel strategies, tip sheets, and education on the ever-changing market and federal policy environment, and what it means for states.
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Significant Financial Benefits Locked in LTCi Policies In Force Today

The long-term care insurance market has been on a downward spiral due to several factors. Some carriers have exited the industry, and remaining carriers' policies are at much higher premium levels. This presents challenges to downstream policy.
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LTC Provider-Led I-SNPs Increase by 38% in Plan Year 2021

New data on plan year 2021 show that the market continues to embrace provider-led plans...
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Emerging Policies and Trends Addressing Social Need Among Medicare Beneficiaries

Social need is (rightfully) a growing focus among healthcare policy makers...
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New Primarily Health-Related Benefits in 2021 Medicare Advantage Plans

THE ISSUE Medicare has long limited the types of benefits that could be reimbursed in Medicare Advantage to only medical and primarily health-related services. Recently, however, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) introduced flexibilities to allow for coverage of services not traditionally covered by Medicare, like In-Home Support Services and Adult Day Health ... New Primarily Health-Related Benefits in 2021 Medicare Advantage Plans
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Medicare Advantage Plans Gearing up to Coordinate Palliative Care and Hospice for Members

Despite calls to delay the start of the hospice component in VBID, CMS is moving ahead, announcing that 54 plans across 13 states and Puerto Rico will include hospice benefits...
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Transportation, Access, Dual Eligibility, and COVID-19

The COVID-19 public health emergency continues to accentuate racially- and income-based healthcare disparities in our country. And individuals dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid (“dual eligibles”) are at the center of it all.
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