Integrated Care Activities

  • Financial Alignment Demonstration: No
    Dual Eligible Special Needs Plan Contracting: Yes
    Medicaid Managed Long-Term Services: Yes
    Approved Medicaid Health Home: No
    Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE): No

Related Resources

  • Other Resource

    State and County Data File, 2012

    The most recent demographic, enrollment, and expenditure data for dually eligible beneficiaries is in the zip file "State and County Data File 2012" found on the Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office website. Additional data and statistical resources for the years 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2011 can be found in the Medicare-Medicaid Enrollee State Profiles. See also Defining Medicare-Medicaid Enrollees in CMS Data Sources. (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services)
    Topic: Data for Medicare-Medicaid Integration
  • Other Resource

    Toward a More Perfect Union: Creating Synergy Between the Money Follows the Person and Managed Long-Term Services and Supports Programs

    This report examines how five states have structured the interface between MFP demonstration grants and Managed long-term services and supports (MLTSS) programs to promote transitions from institutional care to home- and community-based settings. (Mathematica)
    Topic: Background on Long-Term Services and Supports
  • Technical Assistance Tool

    State Contracting with Medicare Advantage Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans: Issues and Options

    This tool describes how 13 states used their contracts with D-SNPs to more effectively coordinate care and services for Medicare-Medicaid beneficiaries. (Integrated Care Resource Center)
    Topic: State Contracting Strategies, Oversight and Monitoring
  • Technical Assistance Tool

    State Options and Considerations for Sharing Medicaid Enrollment and Service Use Information with D-SNPs

    New federal rules released in April 2019 require that Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs) must, at a minimum, coordinate the delivery of Medicare and Medicaid benefits. The final rule includes new regulatory language effective January 1, 2020 and provides examples of ways that D-SNPs should coordinate their members’ Medicare and Medicaid services. This technical assistance brief discusses issues and options for states to support D-SNPs in meeting this requirement. (Integrated Care Resource Center)
    Topic: Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs), State Contracting Strategies