A team of HMA colleagues including Sarah Barth, Sharon Silow-Carroll, Esther Reagan, Mary Russell and Taylor Simmons completed a study for the Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC) to examine care coordination requirements for several Medicare-Medicaid integrated care models.
The study’s final report, Care Coordination in Integrated Care Programs Serving Dually Eligible Beneficiaries – Health Plan Standards, Challenges and Evolving Approaches, is posted to the MACPAC website.
The final report details state and federal managed care contract requirements for care coordination, summarizes stakeholders’ perspectives on care coordination based on structured interviews, and highlights promising care coordination practices and challenges for ensuring effective care coordination for dually eligible beneficiaries.
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