Resources

Date and Time: Thursday, November 19, 12:30 – 2:00 pm ET (9:30 – 11:00 am PT) More than one-third of Medicare beneficiaries are enrolled in a Medicare Advantage (MA) plan, and many high-need MA...
This blog post highlights PACE programs’ efforts to redesign care during the COVID-19 pandemic and presents policy options that may help to expand access to the programs in the future.
Medicare Advantage (MA) plans have grown rapidly in recent years, potentially causing a “spillover” effect that impacts the cost efficiency and quality of care provided to individuals enrolled in fee...
Care transition interventions can be difficult to successfully implement, but using an evidence-based framework to incorporate stakeholder feedback can help identify barriers to effectiveness...
Complex care management programs implemented by Next Generation Accountable Care Organizations (NGACOs) have shown some success in recent years, but there have been few examples of programs...
To improve the quality and value of care and target interventions most effectively, it is important to understand the distinction between individuals with complex health and social needs who have...
Veterans frequently have complex medical, behavioral, and social needs, but often experience barriers in accessing health care services from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the largest...
This blog post shares current leaders’ perspectives into the emerging field of complex care and how they work to solve its so-called margin-mission tension.
Los Angeles County has the greatest number of individuals experiencing homelessness in the country. To address this, the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (LA DHS) launched Housing for...
Programs for individuals experiencing homelessness often use a “Treatment First” approach, where the person is required to be in psychiatric treatment and substance-free before being approved for...
Understanding where and how high-risk patients receive care can inform efforts to improve care for this population. This study observed care patterns for more than 350,000 high-risk patients within...
This blog post features a conversation with Heidi Bossley, MSN, MBA, and Keziah Imbeah, MSc, authors of the recently published Measuring Complexity report, who share insights into the findings and considerations for the field in adopting a more standardized approach to complex care measurement.