State Medicaid leaders, community partners, and managed care organizations (MCOs) require current, trustworthy information to provide high-quality care to all Americans in our shifting health care landscape.
Medicaid leaders and MCOs are looking for ways to improve physical and behavioral health outcomes and address the social needs, and long-term services and supports, of their members. The
NORC MCO Learning Hub is committed to providing information on ways to address health equity and transform health care with a focus on state Medicaid leaders, consumer groups, MCOs, and other industry experts. The Learning Hub offers reliable and timely resources as well as opportunities to convene and share ideas about short- and long-term strategies that can close longstanding and growing health gaps among often vulnerable groups so they may live their healthiest lives. NORC and its partner
Speire Healthcare Strategies LLC are working together on this project to support Medicaid leaders and MCOs in their efforts to establish a more integrated approach to meet the needs of their members.
What’s New: Managed Care Webinar Series – Innovations in Medicaid, with Support from MolinaCares Accord
Beginning July 2021, with support from the
MolinaCares Accord, the NORC MCO Learning Hub will be hosting a new six-part quarterly webinar series highlighting innovations in Medicaid. The webinar series will include national experts discussing the latest trends, initiatives, programs and findings on timely topics important to improving the Medicaid program and meeting the needs of beneficiaries.
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Next Webinar: Addressing the Care Fragmentation Crisis for Dually Eligible Individuals
Join us (REGISTER HERE) on
November 1, 2021 from 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET for Part II of the Medicaid Managed Care Webinar Series – Innovations in Medicaid with Support from MolinaCares Accord.
Medicaid and Medicare dually-eligible beneficiaries (duals) consistently face fragmented care and difficulty navigating the two programs. With the COVID-19 pandemic shining a spotlight on the many gaps in access to home and community-based services for duals, all while the number of dual beneficiaries continues to rise, the ability to effectively meet their wide-ranging health and social needs is increasingly important for Medicaid programs. States are currently facing challenges determining how to best serve the complex needs of duals and how to best integrate their care – what’s the right strategy and how do states implement it? This webinar will explore state strategies currently being deployed and their effectiveness, lessons from real world implementation, and how to to overcome funding, administrative or legislative barriers to ensure programmatic success.
Our panel members
Tom Betlach (Speire Healthcare Strategies),
Carolyn Ingram (Molina Healthcare) and
Jennifer Baron (Cityblock) will discuss how managed care plans, States and community-based organizations can work together to effectively integrate care for dual beneficiaries.
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