Preserving Integration For Dual Eligible Individuals After The End Of The Medicare-Medicaid Plan Model

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AUTHOR – Allison Rizer

ATI Advisory subject matter experts, Allison Rizer and Nils Franco, share data and insights in this articles as part of as part of this Health Affairs‘ Forefront series. They detail recent enrollment trends in dual eligible programs, the sunsetting of the Medicare-Medicaid Plan (MMP) model, and the changing role of the Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office (MMCO). Read the full article for their recommendations for several near term approaches to preserve MMP successes.

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