This resource analyzes preventable ED visits and identifies mechanisms for preventing them.
This resource builds on the seminal Home Alone study, the first national examination at how family caregivers manage medical and nursing tasks. Major findi
This resource describes the findings from a symposium called “The Dual Imperative: What’s Next for Medicare-Medicaid Enrollees,” which brought together policymakers, consume
This resource describes the strategies employed by ACOs that have comprehensive care management programs for complex patients.
Since 2015, the Peterson Center on Healthcare has been working to improve the quality and lower the cost of care for high-need, high-cost patients.
This resource is the product of a collaborative assessment on strategies for better serving high-need patients convened by the National Academy of Medicine (NAM).
This report recommends policy changes so that Medicare can pay for non-medical supports and services, such as meal delivery, transportation, and case management, to improve outcomes and lower costs
This resource analyzes a number of specific care models that serve Medicare-only individuals and enumerates five main policy barriers and potential strategies to address these barriers.
In 2013, the Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc., hosted a “Super-Utilizer Summit” to explore how Medicaid could promote models to improve care and lower costs for individuals whose complex nee
This report explores key issues, spending implications, and existing barriers to meeting the needs of high-need, high-cost patients.
This resource examines reimbursement structures that serve beneficiaries who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid.
This resource reviews strategies to identify patients who are likely to require high-cost care.
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