Integrated Care Resources

States across the country are innovating to improve the care and delivery of services for dual-eligible individuals. Following are resources that focus on key considerations for states advancing Medicare-Medicaid integration.

See also examples of integration efforts supported by Arnold Ventures.


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Brief  |  May 2023
Summarizes insights gleaned from listening sessions, focus groups, and interviews with diverse stakeholders to better understand the needs of people who are dually eligible, and their caregivers.
Report  |  January 2023
Highlights two strategies states can use to improve the financial integration of Medicare and Medicaid and, potentially, to allow states to share in Medicare savings resulting from Medicaid investments.
Tool  |  October 2022
Describes an evidence-based approach and key considerations for designing a Medicare-Medicaid integration strategy.
Brief  |  July 2021
Identifies 10 essential elements for establishing and simplifying integrated care programs and provides recommendations to support incorporating these elements into integrated care programs.
Tool  |  June 2021
Presents findings related to what matters most to dually eligible individuals and recommendations to increase participation in integrated products.
Tool  |  May 2021
Identifies opportunities for states and health plans to invest in approaches that can expand access to home- and community-based services.
Report  |  January 2021
Summarizes findings of a study examining variations in disenrollment patterns in Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs) related to member experience, quality of care, and level of Medicare-Medicaid integrations.
Blog Post  |  November 2020
Describes how integrated care programs are well-positioned provide holistic, person-centered care to dually eligible individuals in their homes.
Report  |  January 2019
Reviews Medicare-Medicaid plans’ consumer advisory councils and provides descriptions of council structures, and lessons for developing, implementing, and managing them.