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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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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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A Further Breakdown Of Home-Based Care Services In Medicare Advantage For 2023

Bill Winfrey and Tyler Cromer talk with Home Health Care News about home-based care services in Medicare Advantage.
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MA Palliative Care Benefits See Little 2023 Growth, But Payer Interest Remains High

Tyler Cromer shares insights with Hospice News on 2023 palliative care benefits in Medicare Advantage.
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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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Family Caregiver Considerations for the Future of Hospital at Home Programs

Family caregivers are critical to Hospital at Home programs’ success, yet current programs do not account for their needs. Inclusive and supportive policies will allow these new programs to truly meet the needs of both family caregivers and patients.
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