Medicare-Medicaid Integration

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Is Medicare-Medicaid Integration Possible In A Fee-for-Service Environment?

Allison Rizer outlines in Health Affairs how states using Medicaid FFS to serve dual-eligible individuals can create a more integrated, financially sustainable program design.
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Expanding States’ Medicaid Capacity To Meet The Needs Of Medicare Beneficiaries, Including The Dually Eligible

Brianna Ensslin Janoski and Allison Rizer share their insights on California's Office of Medicare Innovation and Integration in Health Affairs.
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Insights

Accessing Mental Health Care in America Is Hard. If You’re One of the 89 Million Americans on Medicaid, It’s Even Harder

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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Insights on CMS’ Request for Information on Medicare Advantage Program

Medicare Advantage is positioned to integrate and coordinate services more effectively than in fee-for-service environments. We organized our insights into a tool that explores key data on related topics to expand MA plans and value-based care.
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Filling The Gaps: The Role And Value Of Supplemental Benefits In Medicare Advantage

Allison Rizer and Laura Benzing share their perspective on Medicare Advantage supplemental benefits in Health Affairs.
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Needs of Medicare Beneficiaries with Mental Health Conditions

Ensuring equitable and integrated care for beneficiaries with mental health conditions requires a whole-person approach. Recent bipartisan congressional interest in the behavioral health space signals that change is both necessary and coming.
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