Expanded Medicare Advantage Supplemental Benefits: Offering Flexibility to Support High-Need Medicare Beneficiaries
Experience of Emergency Department Use Among Persons with a History of Adverse Childhood Experiences
Medicare Advantage Supplemental Benefit Flexibilities: Adoption of and Access to Newly Expanded Supplemental Benefits in 2020
Play: Adopting a Trauma-Informed Approach to Improve Patient Care: Foundational Organizational-Level Steps
Individuals with complex health and social needs often have a history of exposure to traumatic events such as abuse, neglect, discrimination, and violence. Exposure to trauma can have lasting adverse effects on mental, physical, social, and/or emotional well-being, leading to greater incidence of health-risk behaviors, chronic conditions, and poor health outcomes. Trauma-informed care, a person-centered approach to health care, acknowledges that providers should have a more holistic picture of patients’ life situations to provide quality care. Adopting a trauma-informed approach to care has...
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