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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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Guiding the GUIDE Model Toward Stronger Caregiver Supports

ATI Advisory in partnership with the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers (RCI) sought to explore the evidence and needs of dementia caregivers that might inform a Medicare model test related to dementia care. On July 31, 2023, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) released the Guiding an Improved Dementia Experience (GUIDE) Model that includes explicit support for caregivers and is set to launch in July 2024.
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Proposed Medicaid Managed Care Rules: Impact On Dual Eligible Individuals, Part 2

Part 2 in the Health Affairs series co-authored by Allison Rizer focuses on policy opportunities for Medicare-Medicaid integration to benefit dual eligible individuals.
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Proposed Medicaid Managed Care Rules: Impact On Dual Eligible Individuals, Part 1

Allison Rizer co-authored this series in Health Affairs focusing on policy opportunities for Medicare-Medicaid integration to benefit dual eligible individuals.
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Medicare Beneficiaries with LTC Needs by Setting

ATI Advisory identifies what sets apart individuals with Long Term Care (LTC) needs from the rest of the Medicare population. This work examines the demographic profiles, care complexity, medications, and medical and pharmacy spending for Medicare beneficiaries receiving LTC in different settings, as well as for Medicare beneficiaries who do not receive LTC.
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Highlights from the 2022 Seniors Housing Databook

A total of 5.8 million Medicare beneficiaries ages 65 and older live in seniors housing and nursing homes. Understanding the characteristics and experiences of these individuals, as well as older adults living in private residences, provides context for industry leaders and policymakers working to meet the health and well-being needs of a growing number of older adults.
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