Allison Rizer co-authored this series in Health Affairs focusing on policy opportunities for Medicare-Medicaid integration to benefit dual eligible individuals.
NEW DATA SHOWS RACIAL AND ETHNIC DISPARITIES FOR MEDICARE BENEFICIARIES WHO HAVE DIFFICULTY WITH ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING
Community-dwelling Medicare beneficiaries who are Black and/or Latino/a are more likely than white beneficiaries to report difficulty managing activities of daily living, according to a databook released by ATI Advisory (ATI) with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). Activities of daily living include dressing, bathing, walking across the room, transferring in and out of bed or chair, using the toilet, and eating.Read More Read More
CEO Anne Tumlinson comments to U.S. News & World Report about a proposal from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services that would reimburse health professionals to train family caregivers.Read More Read More