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What I Learned From My Family’s Home Health Experience

Anne Tumlinson shares personal insights in Health Affairs, “My experience supporting my father suggests that we have a long way to go before our payment systems and benefit designs are equipped to deliver on the benefits of healthcare at home”
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How the CY2023 Proposed Rule Hits (And Misses) the Integration Mark

The 2023 MAPD Proposed Rule is packed full of D-SNP integration requirements, but the journey isn't done. Our blog explores what more needs to be done to advance integration for dual eligibles.
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Competition drives Medicare Advantage plans to offer special benefits in 2022

ATI's Cromer and Rallos talk with Modern Healthcare, "Medicare Advantage significantly grew enrollment from '21 to '22, accompanied by increased competition among plans. Plans see benefits as key differentiators for both new and current members."
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Bringing Elements of the FAI into D-SNPs

Stakeholders have developed programs to address Medicare and Medicaid complexity to promote integration. However, programs promoting the most integration are not available nationwide and are met with state imposed barriers.
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Access to Medicare-Medicaid Integrated Products

Half of dual eligibles do not have access to products considered the “gold standard” of integration. Policymakers should continue to promote and require integration, including identifying solutions in areas that may not have a direct path forward.
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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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