From the category archives:

Dual Eligibles

Massachusetts is First State to Receive CMS Approval for Medicaid-Medicare Care Coordination Plan

Massachusetts will become the first state to implement a demonstration project aimed at better coordinating healthcare services for individuals who are dually eligible for Medicaid [...]

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Coordinating Care for Dual Eligible Beneficiaries: Overview of State Proposals

The consulting firm Avalere has conducted a study of 26 state plans to integrate the delivery of, and payment for, services for individuals who are [...]

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CMS Launches Federal Coordinated Health Care Office

On Dec. 30, 2010, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that it has formally established the Federal Coordinated Health Care Office. Created [...]

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Medicare, Health Reform and the Challenges for People with Disabilities

A recent forum held in Washington, D.C. by the Kaiser Family Foundation brought together policy experts, stakeholders, and advocates to discuss the challenges facing individuals [...]

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Report Details Cost & Service Utilization for Dual Eligibles

A new report from the Kaiser Family Foundation provides data on chronic mental and physical health conditions among individuals who are dually eligible for Medicare [...]

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Fact Sheet Details Impact of Healthcare Reform on Dual Eligibles

How will healthcare reform affect individuals who are eligible for both Medicaid and Medicare? View this fact sheet from the National Council to find out [...]

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Fact Sheet on Improving Coordination of Benefits & Care for Dual Eligibles

This fact sheet details the provisions of healthcare reform that seek to improve coordination of benefits and care for dual eligibles. The fact sheet provides [...]

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