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)
These documents, including Texas' proposal, three-way contract, readiness review tool, and evaluation design plan, are posted on the Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office's website.
(Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services)
This brief describes approaches that states have used to communicate early integrated care program results. Strategies discussed include developing program indicator dashboards, disseminating beneficiary experience data, and sharing success stories.
(Center for Health Care Strategies)
Topic: Capitated Model, Quality and Performance Measurement, Beneficiary Engagement, Counseling, and Support, Provider Engagement
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 Policy Research)
Topic: Background on Long-Term Services and Supports
This report spotlights the approaches used by five states - Arizona, Minnesota, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin - to ensure managed care organizations are ready to provide care coordination services to consumers and adequate access to needed long-term services and supports providers.
(AARP Public Policy Institute)
Topic: Oversight and Monitoring, Provider Network Adequacy
This brief explores the experience of six states that have achieved varying levels of behavioral health and physical health integration or collaboration for dually eligible beneficiaries within a managed care environment. It describes: (1) opportunities for explicit state action and requirements to push development of integration components; and (2) opportunities for states to signal the importance of integration elements while providing flexibility to allow plans to innovate.
(Integrated Care Resource Center)