Tag Archives: dual eligibles

The CHRONIC Care Act Passes Senate, Obstacles Remain

This post outlines the key components of the CHRONIC Care Act passed by the Senate, assesses its outlook in the House, and considers what its progress may tell us about the prospect for more bipartisan action on health care in the future.

October 5, 2017

Finding Common Ground On Medicaid Reform For Dual Eligibles

Bipartisan agreement on Medicaid is rarely achieved. There is consensus, however, on the need and the opportunity to contain spending growth and improve care delivery for the nearly 11 million Medicare beneficiaries who are also eligible for Medicaid.

June 15, 2017

The American Health Care Act Could Chip Away At The Medicare Savings Programs

Eleven million Americans are enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid. Of these dually eligible beneficiaries, roughly 80 percent qualify for help paying for their Medicare coverage through the Medicare Savings Programs.

June 15, 2017

Addressing “Triggers Of Decline” In Older Adults’ Physical, Cognitive, Or Mental Health

A foundation in New York State and Syracuse University have developed a model focusing on risk factors that may bring about decline in once healthy older adults.

May 10, 2016