Expanded Medicare Advantage Supplemental Benefits: Offering Flexibility to Support High-Need Medicare Beneficiaries
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.
Association of Medicare Advantage Penetration with Per Capita Spending, Emergency Department Visits, and Readmission Rates Among Fee-for-Service Medicare Beneficiaries with High Comorbidity Burden
Development and Implementation of a Complex Health System Intervention Targeting Transitions of Care from Hospital to Post-Acute Care
Identifying Patients with Persistent Preventable Utilization Offers an Opportunity to Reduce Unnecessary Spending
Making Connections: Nationwide Implementation of Video Telehealth Tablets to Address Access Barriers in Veterans
Ten Lessons from the C-Suite: Health Care Leaders Shed Light on Margin, Mission, and the Five Percent
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.
Permanent Supportive Housing With Housing First to Reduce Homelessness and Promote Health Among Homeless Populations With Disability: A Community Guide Systematic Review
Use of General Primary Care, Specialized Primary Care, and Other Veterans Affairs Services Among High-Risk Veterans
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.