Highlights UCare Health Plan and Hennepin County’s partnership to improve access to community-based treatment for dual eligible individuals with substance use disorder by modernizing the county’s detoxification services to a person-centered withdrawal management services model.
Highlights Commonwealth Care Alliance’s Digital Health Pilot that is using voice technology to improve health care access, safety, and independence for adults with complex needs who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid.
Outlines Housing for Health’s approach to improve health outcomes for people experiencing homelessness by integrating housing supports with primary care and complex care management services.
Describes Community Care of Brooklyn’s approach for engaging community members to more effectively identify local challenges and collaboratively develop practical strategies to address health-related social needs.
Explores how two health plans in California — the Health Plan of San Mateo and Inland Empire Health Plan — successfully transitioned dually eligible members in need of long-term services and supports from institutional to community settings.
Describes how Pennsylvania-based UPMC for Life Dual is using a robust care coordination and engagement model to reduce preventable admissions and optimize outcomes for members with serious mental illness.
Describes MyCare Ohio’s capitated model demonstration, its results, and insights on the program’s implementation from the state and other stakeholders.
Describes the structure of Washington State’s Medicare-Medicaid integration demonstration under the Financial Alignment Initiative, results achieved to date, and insights from the state and other stakeholders on the program’s implementation.
Highlights success stories in Missouri and Rhode Island that illustrate how inter-agency and cross-sector partnerships between Medicaid and public health can be used to increase oral health care utilization among low-income populations.