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Care Coordination Challenges with Dual-Eligible Beneficiaries

In 2010, the Medicare and Medicaid programs spent an estimated $300 billion on dual-eligible beneficiaries. These beneficiaries are often clinically complex, having multiple chronic conditions or behavioral health issues, where they benefit greatly from care coordination services. Unfortunately, care coordination providers often face challenges when providing services to duel-eligible beneficiaries. The following infographic explains some…
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Accountable Health Communities Model Opens Care Coordination Partner Opportunities

The January announcement of the Accountable Health Communities (AHC) Model by CMS gathered a lot of attention with its grant awards ranging from $1 million to $4.51 million. However, some of the steep requirements, such as screening 75,000 individuals annually or demonstrating established relationships with clinical delivery sites that have served 51% of the total…
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The Research on Social Risk Factors and Hospital Readmissions

The Research on Social Risk Factors and Hospital Readmissions If your strategic decisions on population health rely heavily on evidence-based research, you may not like this infographic.  Above is a summary of findings from over 35 research studies on the correlations between four social risk factors and hospital readmissions (from a recent study by the…
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