As Managed Medicaid continues to grow, payers have been trying their hand at Medicaid member incentive programs as a lever to improve member health and thereby control medical costs.

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How a physician compensation plan can be designed to both gain doc buy-in and realize the promises of value-based care.

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Medicaid has always been a difficult market, managed at the state level, heavily (and confusingly) regulated, and designed to serve an exceptionally diverse population.

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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed last month a new set of rules for Managed Medicaid with the intent to alleviate some of the coverage and access challenges that face the States and their Medicaid populations, as well as align Managed Medicaid to Medicare Advantage and market standards.

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Medicaid enrollment across the United States currently encompasses ~50M individuals, of which ~40M are enrolled in some form of Managed Medicaid. The covered population is expected to continue to grow, driven by factors such as Medicaid expansion, population growth, and economic challenges in select States.

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While recent reports have noted its slow start, Oliver Wyman’s Martin Graf, Jim Fields, and Parie Garg provide an update on the CMS demonstration program "Fully Integrated Duals Advantage program" and discuss where its potential lies.

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Jim Fields, Parie Garg, and Oliver Wyman’s government programs team share a slide from a recent project detailing a chronic care model featuring a clinic to help address the special needs of high-risk patients through the integration of physical health, behavioral health, and social support services.

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Governors around the country have recently announced plans to restructure their Medicaid programs in ways that affect the care of people with intellectual disabilities, mental health and behavioral problems, and other recipients of long-term care. Oliver Wyman's government programs experts Jim Fields and Parie Garg take a closer look at contracting opportunities in the Home and Community-Based Services market.

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