Home-based intensive care model for Medicaid and dually eligible enrollees with complex needs led to positive health outcomes and reduced acute care spending, particularly for individuals with a behavioral health diagnosis.
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 early findings demonstrating that Medicare-Medicaid integration can improve beneficiary experience and health outcomes, increase program efficiencies, and improve Medicaid program management.
Describes the needs of distinct subpopulations within the dually eligible population with highly complex needs, along with opportunities for tailored interventions that may reduce health care spending.
Examines a unique program that seeks to integrate medical, behavioral health, and social services for dual eligible individuals with serious mental illnesses, substance abuse problems, or disabilities.