Behavioral Health

Webinars

The Innovation in Behavioral Health Model: CMMI’s Latest Medicaid Innovation Frontier

Brian Fuller, Managing Director of ATI Advisory’s Value-Based Care Design and Delivery Practice, and Johanna Barraza-Cannon, Director in ATI’s State Program & Policy Practice, reviewed and shared early observations on CMMI’s new model during the webinar, “The Innovation in Behavioral Health (IBH) Model: CMMI’s Latest in Medicaid Innovation Frontier.”  
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Dual Eligible Individuals With Behavioral Health Needs 

Our research highlights the unique characteristics and healthcare experience among dual eligible individuals with behavioral health needs. We examine demographic (race and ethnicity), health-related social needs, health status, access to care, relationship to providers and healthcare utilizations among those dual eligible individuals with behavioral health needs. This chartbook uses the national Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey for the analysis.
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Ensuring Timely Hospital Discharge and Access to Appropriate Services & Supports for Individuals with Complex Needs – A Policy Roadmap

In response to Congress’ Request for Information to improve experiences for dual eligible individuals, ATI Advisory suggests key elements that would advance programmatic Medicare-Medicaid integration.
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Approaches to Meet Behavioral Health Needs in Medicare Advantage

Ensuring the healthcare system is prepared to meet the behavioral health needs of Medicare beneficiaries is critical as research suggests psychological distress increased among older adults and low-income groups during the early days of the pandemic.
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News

Medicare Advantage Offers Better Access to Behavioral Healthcare Than FFS

Laura Benzing discusses the need for diverse and innovative approaches to addressing mental health, given the strong overlap between mental health and other structural and social determinants of health.
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Insights

Accessing Mental Health Care in America Is Hard. If You’re One of the 89 Million Americans on Medicaid, It’s Even Harder

Future Medicare Advantage policy must consider more deliberate opportunities to support person-centeredness, to recognize the outsized role that family caregivers play, and to integrate with Medicaid to promote equitable access and health outcomes.
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