This brief outlines eight lessons for effective managed care drawn from CHCS' experiences in working with states over the past 15 years. These lessons are particularly important for managing the care of the program's highest-cost subset of beneficiaries with chronic conditions and disabilities.
This policy brief examines the experiences of 10 states with existing programs for low-income childless adults to shed light on those newly eligible to enroll in Medicaid under health reform.
This policy brief outlines opportunities and challenges in undertaking Medicaid payment reform and details how federal and state roles might shift to facilitate quality-driven payment policies.
This brief outlines promising state approaches to improve care and curb spending for Medicaid's highest-cost patient subsets, including opportunities to: 1) enhance fee-for-service primary care case management programs; 2) integrate physical and behavioral health services; and 3) integrate care for adults who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid.