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 ways that care coordination teams participating in CMS Financial Alignment Demonstrations have addressed these challenges.


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