Medicare and Medicaid Program Design

News

Medicare plans that help seniors afford groceries surge

Axios cites ATI Advisory analysis on Medicare Advantage supplemental benefits to support their article: "Next year, 1,475 plans – about a quarter of the market – will offer certain eligible enrollees financial assistance for food and produce, according to an analysis from consulting firm ATI Advisory."
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Webinars

The New GUIDE Program: A Leap Forward in Dementia Care

In the September 27, 2023 webinar, “Discovering Pathways of Support: What CMS's new GUIDE Model means for dementia patients, caregivers, and providers,” ATI Advisory’s CEO, Anne Tumlinson, led an in-depth discussion into the Model and its expected influence on the entire care spectrum with a panel of industry experts, including Tyler Cromer, Kris Engskov, Kemi Reeves, and Will Saunders.
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News

The 12 Million People Lost in a Maze of Medicare and Medicaid

Allison Rizer was interviewed by the popular public health podcast, Tradeoffs, about the difficult situation of being a dually eligible beneficiary.
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News

She has Medicare and Medicaid. So why should it take 18 months to get a wheelchair?

National Public Radio quotes Allison Rizer about the complexities that dually eligible face.
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Work

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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Work

Beneficiary Protections Central to a Meaningfully Integrated Coverage and Care Experience for Individuals Who Are Dual Eligible

With support from Arnold Ventures, ATI Advisory conducted listening sessions, focus groups, and interviews with diverse stakeholders to better understand the unique needs and experiences of individuals who are dual eligible for Medicare and Medicaid, and their caregivers. Through these conversations, ATI gained insights on the potential role that integrated coverage and care experiences can play in addressing the concerns of individuals who are dual eligible and their caregivers. Central to what we heard: individuals who are dual eligible and their caregivers seek a person-centered and seamless consumer experience.
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