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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services did not receive any letters of intent for the 2018 start date of the Medicare-Medicaid accountable care organization model.

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CMS will partner with up to six states on the new Medicare-Medicaid ACO Model, which was designed by the CMS Innovation Center.

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Changes will more accurately reflect cost of care for dual eligibles and adjust Medicare Advantage star ratings for enrollees' socioeconomic and disability statuses.

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Tool, developed by association member University of Chicago, shows geographic disparities in health outcomes, health care use, and health care spending.

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Hear members of our policy team discuss the association's recently released brief on innovative alternative payment models. These models focus on ways to replace or augment existing fee-for-service and managed care models, while also increasing efficiency, coordination, and quality of care.

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Explore Medicaid alternative payment models, which states have increasingly used to improve health care quality and lower costs.

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Models should use evidence-based social and behavioral insights to increase engagement in health outcomes for Medicare beneficiaries, Medicaid beneficiaries, dual-eligible patients, and/or Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) beneficiaries.

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Penalties will disproportionately fall on hospitals serving a high number of dual eligibles

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Legislation did not cut Medicaid provider taxes, Medicare E&M, but targeted hospitals in other ways

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