First Stop Enrollment: Getting it Right for Medicare-Medicaid Enrollees

Join us for the official release of new Center research

June 24, 2021, 1–3 p.m. EDT

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#EnrollDualsRight

There are currently over 12 million Americans who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid. Misaligned incentives across these programs can result in higher costs and worse health outcomes.

As a result, policymakers have been especially interested in developing integrated care programs to better coordinate services and align payment mechanisms. These programs, such as the Financial Alignment Initiative, aim to coordinate medical, behavioral and long-term services and supports, but have struggled with low enrollment. To better understand the reasons for this, the Center embarked on research examining dual eligibles’ perspectives on enrollment into integrated care programs.  

Please join us on Thursday, June 24 when we will share brand new findings, policy recommendations and a toolkit guided by this research and provide critical, person-centered insight into how to make enrollment into integrated care programs successful.

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