Transitions is a video that explores some of the issues and challenges “dual eligibles” may face during the transition from Medicaid drug coverage to Medicare. To download the video, right-click here and select “Save as…”
About 9 million people in the United States are covered by both Medicare and Medicaid, including low-income seniors and younger people with disabilities. These dual eligible beneficiaries have complex and often costly health care needs, and have been the focus of many recent initiatives and proposals to improve the coordination of their care aimed at both raising the quality of their care while reducing its costs. This page highlights some key resources examining the dual eligible population and provides you with the standard search result page for a site-wide search on the dual eligible tag.
Featured Dual Eligible Resources
State Demonstration Proposals to Integrate Care and Align Financing and/or Administration for Dual Eligible Beneficiaries
This map shows the current status of the state demonstration proposals to integrate care and align financing for beneficiaries eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid. Over 9.6 million seniors and younger people with significant disabilities are dually eligible for both programs, and as many as 2 million of them may be included in the demonstrations.
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Related Dual Eligible Resources
- Medicaid’s Role for Dual-Eligible Beneficiaries
- Medicare’s Role for Dual Eligible Beneficiaries
- Best Bets for Reducing Medicare Costs for Dual Eligible Beneficiaries: Assessing the Evidence
- Pulling it Together: Duals: The National Health Reform Experiment We Should Be talking More About
- Affordable Care Act Provisions Relating to the Care of Dually Eligible Medicare and Medicaid Beneficiaries
- Faces of Dually Eligible Beneficiaries: Profiles of People with Medicare and Medicaid Coverage
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This fact sheet, Medicare’s Role for Older Women, discusses the characteristics of female Medicare beneficiaries, their health care needs, the structure of Medicare including cost-sharing requirements, and anticipated changes due to health reform.
Medicare Health Plans and Dually Eligible Beneficiaries: Industry Perspectives on the Current and Future Market
As federal and state governments advance efforts to better coordinate care and reduce costs for people dually eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid benefits, this brief examines how insurers now serving these markets view the opportunities and challenges, including a look at Medicare Advantage Special Needs Plans.
This report examines Medicare beneficiaries’ out-of-pocket health care costs, which comprise a significant share of their household expenses.
One year into initial enrollment in the Medicare-Medicaid financial alignment demonstrations for dual eligible beneficiaries, some initial insights are beginning to emerge. This policy insight highlights key challenges and trends emerging in states’ demonstrations.
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This issue brief describes the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ plan to evaluate the financial alignment demonstrations, for beneficiaries dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid via its contract with RTI International.
Long-Term Services and Supports in the Financial Alignment Demonstrations for Dual Eligible Beneficiaries
This issue brief compares the treatment of LTSS in the seven approved capitated financial alignment demonstrations for dual eligible beneficiaries.