Healthcare Equity

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Key Beneficiary Protections in Medicare-Medicaid Integrated Programs

While integrated programs offer protections to dual eligible beneficiaries, more research is needed to quantify the impact of the impact of these protections on beneficiary experience. This brief identifies key protections that should be explored.
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News

America’s long-term care infrastructure: A road to nowhere

ATI Founder, Anne Tumlinson, collaborated with long-term care industry leaders, Bob Kramer and David Grabowski, in this Opinion piece in The Hill on America’s failing long-term care infrastructure
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Advancing the Policy Environment to Address the Unique Needs of Partial Dual Eligible Beneficiaries

Partial dual beneficiaries are a high-need subset of the Medicare population, in many instances mirroring the full dual eligible population in their level of medical and functional needs. This research illuminates the profile of partial dual beneficiaries and their resemblance to the full dual population.
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Opportunities for States and Health Plans to Improve Access to Home and Community-based Services

The need for LTSS spans HCBS and institutional care, and the best state and health plan coverage options will appropriately and comprehensively capture access to both.
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A Blueprint for Reforming Medicaid Long-Term Services and Supports And Creating Good Caregiving Jobs

There is an opportunity to create jobs and prepare for the growing number of older adults with complex needs. Legislators can take key actions to increase access to HCBS, reduce the institutional bias in Medicaid, and create a strong workforce.
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Insights

Transportation, Access, Dual Eligibility, and COVID-19

The COVID-19 public health emergency continues to accentuate racially- and income-based healthcare disparities in our country. And individuals dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid (“dual eligibles”) are at the center of it all.
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