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Where Do We Go From Here? Senior Care Innovators Taking Divergent Paths in a Challenging Post-Covid Environment

Long term care operators face a daunting array of challenges as the U.S. emerges from the pandemic. The workforce shortage has evolved from a near-term disruption to “getting back to normal” to a long-term existential crisis for many providers. As ATI’s work with leading senior care organizations across the country highlights, the right path forward depends on market conditions and the organization’s mission and capabilities.
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Access to Medicare-Medicaid Integrated Products

Half of dual eligibles do not have access to products considered the “gold standard” of integration. Policymakers should continue to promote and require integration, including identifying solutions in areas that may not have a direct path forward.
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Modernizing California’s HICAP

This report outlines strategic recommendations for the California Department of Aging to explore in its effort to improve quality, equity, and cultural competence. Other states and their SHIPs might also consider these recommendations.
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Role of Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospitals During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As the demands of the public health emergency will diminish, we will use the pandemic's learnings to inform how to build new post-acute care models that effectively integrate into existing public health infrastructure made up of specialty hospitals.
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Dual Eligible Beneficiaries Receive Better Access to Care and Cost Protections when Enrolled in Medicare Advantage

Over 12 million people in the United States are enrolled in Medicare and Medicaid. Dual eligible beneficiaries are more likely than Medicare-only population to experience numerous health and social markets.
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Complex Populations Deserving Integrated Housing, Clinical, and Lifestyle Support

The care needs of those living in independent or assisted living surpass the needs of those in traditional private housing, often resulting in higher utilization and spending. Silos between communities and services create barriers to integration.
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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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