Analyzes survey results and addresses how many community-based organizations are contracting with health care partners, the nature of these partnerships, challenges with contracting, and collaborative solutions.
Explores findings from the AAA National Survey conducted by n4a and Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University, which shed light on the wide range of needs that AAAs address in their communities, as well as the expertise their staff bring to meet those needs.
This reference guide summarizes a set of curated resources to help key stakeholders better understand both the needs of the dually eligible population and emerging evidence and practical approaches for advancing Medicare-Medicaid integration.
For people with disabilities, familiarity with their care teams and care plans, and increased access to long-term services and supports can improve their perceptions of quality of life and health care.
Explored innovative integrated health plan approaches to improve care transitions. Health plans featured in the webinar participate in Promoting Integrated Care for Dual Eligibles (PRIDE), a project to advance health plan strategies for providing high-quality care for dually eligible beneficiaries.
Highlights how skilled nursing facilities are switching to the Patient Driven Payment Model — a payment system that removes therapy minutes as the basis for payment and enhances payment accuracy for services by making reimbursement dependent on a wide range of clinical characteristics.
Highlights early findings demonstrating that Medicare-Medicaid integration can improve beneficiary experience and health outcomes, increase program efficiencies, and improve Medicaid program management.
Provides an overview on Special Needs Plans (SNPs), a type of Medicare Advantage plan for individuals with special needs, the types of SNPs serving different populations, and how SNPs serving institutionalized individuals are unique.
The "winners" in population health management will be the health plans and providers that figure out how to identify individuals with activities of daily living impairment and address their needs with comprehensive care management and targeted non-medical services.