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.
Reviews Medicare-Medicaid plans’ consumer advisory councils and provides descriptions of council structures, and lessons for developing, implementing, and managing them.
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.
Presents findings related to what matters most to dually eligible individuals and recommendations to increase participation in integrated products.
Describes how integrated care programs are well-positioned provide holistic, person-centered care to dually eligible individuals in their homes.