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Healthcare At Home Needs Platforms to Aggregate and Connect Patients and Providers

Healthcare providers are adapting in response to technologies enabling remote work, staffing shortages, patient preferences, and the competitive landscape of inpatient care.
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News

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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Work

State Strategies to Increase HCBS Provider Capacity

The shortage of worforce capacity to deliver services to beneficiaries limits the ability of state Medicaid agencies to provide services. States have three core options to encourage managed care entities to support HCBS capacity building efforts.
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Insights

What’s Next for Medicare-Medicaid Integration?

ATI Advisory and Arnold Ventures share thoughts on opportunities for CMS to use Medicaid authority to advance integration for dual eligible individuals.
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