Medicare Advantage

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Fixing the FIDE-SNP – Redefining “Fully Integrated”

Fully integrated Special Needs Plans (FIDE-SNPs) are considered the "North Star" among Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans, but these programs may not have the degree of integration one expects. ATI, in collaboration with Arnold Ventures, explores gaps in the current FIDE-SNP definition, barriers experienced by states, and how the model can be improved at the federal and state level.
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HCBS Spending Plans and the Untapped Potential of D-SNPs

ATI Advisory, together with Arnold Ventures, discusses the opportunity to use existing authority through Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs) to support Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) across the country and improve community living.
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Medicare Advantage Sees Fewer COVID-19 Hospitalizations in Beneficiaries and Offers Greater Access to In-Person and Telehealth Non-COVID Care During Pandemic

This analysis is the third in a series of data briefs examining Medicare Advantage beneficiaries' experiences during COVID-19 compared to Fee-for-Service beneficiaries.
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How Medicare Can Support Housing Needs During COVID-19

This blog highlights the importance of providing housing to older adults during the pandemic and explores authorities currently available to Medicare Advantage plans to do so, which were recently cited in CMS guidance.
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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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Medicare Advantage Offers High Quality Care And Cost Protections To Racially And Ethnically Diverse Beneficiaries

Inequities experienced by diverse Medicare beneficiaries were exposed during the pandemic. Research shows that Black and Latinx MA enrollees experience greater clinical complexity, while receiving receive more preventive services at a lower cost.
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