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A Pathway to Full Integration of Care for Medicare-Medicaid Beneficiaries

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In 2018, over 12 million Americans were eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid. These “dual-eligible individuals” are more likely to have multiple chronic conditions than people eligible for Medicare only. Historically, this high-need population must navigate the Medicare and Medicaid programs separately, which can result in poorly coordinated care and worse health outcomes. Over the past year, the Bipartisan Policy Center has worked to develop policy recommendations to integrate the Medicare and Medicaid programs to provide a seamless experience for beneficiaries.

Please join our online event on July 27 as we release policy recommendations to improve the integration of Medicare and Medicaid, as well as discuss the impact of COVID-19 on this vulnerable population.

Featured Participants

Keynote remarks by:

Sen Tom Daschle
Former Senate Majority Leader; Co-Founder, Bipartisan Policy Center

Gail Wilensky
Former Administrator of the Health Care Financing Administration; Senior Fellow, Project HOPE

Katherine Hayes
Director of Health Policy, Bipartisan Policy Center

Panel discussion with:

Jean Accius
Senior Vice President, AARP Global Thought Leadership

Tim Engelhardt
Director, CMS Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office

Jack Rollins
Program Director for Federal Policy, National Association of Medicaid Directors

Lois Simon
Executive Vice President, Policy and Programs at Seniorlink

Moderated by:

Sheila Burke
Strategy Advisor, Baker Donelson, Fellow, BPC

Possible participants to be added

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