Resources

People who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid must navigate two uncoordinated systems of care with different incentives, benefits, provider networks and enrollment processes. As states...
Intensive outpatient care programs (IOCPs) — innovative clinical care interventions that provide patient-centered care through the use of multidisciplinary care teams — are being increasingly...
The field of complex care, which seeks to improve care for individuals with complex health and social needs, is continually growing and developing its workforce. To convey the essential knowledge...
The health and social impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic disproportionately affect individuals in historically underserved communities. This toolkit, developed by Kaiser Permanente, details a three-step...
Features perspectives from leaders at Mount Sinai Health System and AIRnyc, a community-based organization that employs community health workers, on the opportunities and challenges of their partnership when it comes to addressing social needs.
Non-medical supplemental benefits are a significant turning point in Medicare policy, but understanding their potential will require much more coordination and collaboration among Medicare Advantage...
Evidence-based health promotion and disease prevention programs (evidence-based programs or EBPs) include programs by Medicaid, Medicare Advantage, and other health plans on chronic disease self...
Highlights key features of the newly redesigned Better Care Playbook.
Older adults with these chronic diseases often experience poor quality of care and frequent hospital utilization, and account for high health care costs. Care management interventions have shown...
More than one-third of Medicare beneficiaries are enrolled in a Medicare Advantage (MA) plan, and many high-need MA enrollees may benefit from new flexibilities for plans to provide supplemental...
People with adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) — traumatic occurrences such as physical, emotional, or sexual abuse, neglect, or household dysfunction — are more likely to have physical and...
Trauma-informed approaches within primary care can support more effective care for individuals with a history of trauma, improve patient outcomes, and increase staff satisfaction. This change package...