Download the new ‘Chronic Care’ report
Despite broad partisan divides in health care for more than a decade, Democrats and Republicans recently passed bipartisan legislation to improve care for patients with multiple chronic conditions and to better integrate care for Medicare-Medicaid beneficiaries. Beginning in January of 2020, Medicare Advantage plans will offer a broad range of new non-medical benefits, such as food and transportation to those with complex care needs, and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services is making new opportunities available to states to integrate Medicare and Medicaid.
Please join us for the release of a new report that offers recommendations on ways to expand innovative Medicare benefits to improve care for those with complex needs, and a discussion on what’s next in chronic care.
President and CEO, The SCAN Foundation
Vice President and Director, Delivery System Reform, The Commonwealth Fund
Director, Federal Coordinated Health Care Office, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Founder and CEO, Ananya Health Innovations Inc.
Senior Vice President, Advocacy, Practice Advancement and Policy, American Academy of Family Physicians
Charles Milligan Jr.
National Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans Executive Director, UnitedHealthcare Community & State
CEO, Anne Tumlinson Innovations