Policymakers Resources

Headline This article describes factors that support health care organizations in transitioning from volume- to value-based payment. Context While the financial challenges of COVID-19 may lead to...
Headline Housing First programs and associated support services reduced health care-related expenditures for the Massachusetts Medicaid program. Context In the Housing First model, people experiencing...
Individuals who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid often experience uncoordinated care across their medical, behavioral health, and long-term care needs. Care models that integrate Medicare...
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...
Improved integration of Medicare and Medicaid services offers the potential to improve beneficiary experience, outcomes, and well-being – and also has the potential for long-term savings. The...
Individuals who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid are enrolled in many different types of coverage with varying levels of coordination across their Medicare and Medicaid benefits. Very...
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...
Individuals who are dually eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid often run into barriers to receive coordinated and effective care. Minnesota developed one of the first statewide, fully integrated...
While many dually eligible individuals experience fragmented care across their Medicare and Medicaid benefits, integrated care models are designed to align service delivery, payment, and...
The dually eligible population includes many individuals who need both complex medical care and long-term services and supports, which leads to high health care spending. Better understanding of how...
The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly affected individuals who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid, many of whom have risk factors for adverse COVID-19 related outcomes. These individuals...