Continued efforts to develop coordinated, targeted approaches to better support dually eligible individuals is paramount during the pandemic, yet, the heterogeneity of this population requires specialized, targeted, and person-centered interventions to meet the diversity of their needs.

This blog series explores the effects of COVID-19 on different dually eligible subpopulations. It reflects on the systemic inequities and fragmentation that dually eligible individuals face as they seek to access the care and services they need. Beneficiary advocates, health plans, providers, and other experts were interviewed to examine how each population is impacted and explore ways that integrated programs can mitigate the clinical and social consequences of the pandemic.

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Posted: June 2022