Behavioral Health

Insights

Future of Medicare Advantage

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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Insights on CMS’ Request for Information on Medicare Advantage Program

Medicare Advantage is positioned to integrate and coordinate services more effectively than in fee-for-service environments. We organized our insights into a tool that explores key data on related topics to expand MA plans and value-based care.
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Needs of Medicare Beneficiaries with Mental Health Conditions

Ensuring equitable and integrated care for beneficiaries with mental health conditions requires a whole-person approach. Recent bipartisan congressional interest in the behavioral health space signals that change is both necessary and coming.
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Senior Living Communities: Uniquely Positioned to Reduce Social Isolation and Promote Social Connection in Older Adults

Senior living communities are positioned to provide social opportunities that help residents stay physically and mentally well while reducing isolation and health expenditures.
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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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