The federal health insurance program for people age 65 and older and for other adults who qualify due to having a permanent disability or end-stage renal disease.
This 3-hour summit will convene and inform health policy and oncology research communities about critical issues related to patient-centered cancer care and offer lessons, strategies, and policy approaches for the short and long term.
During this exclusive on-the-record briefing for reporters, Admiral Rachel L. Levine, M.D., Assistant Secretary for Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, provided some opening remarks and responded to audience questions.
This briefing will examine the difference between perinatal health and perinatal mental health and their intrinsic relationship. Panelists will delve into factors contributing to perinatal health and mental health as well as policy levers and promising solutions available to stakeholders to reduce and prevent mental health symptoms and mood disorders.
Dr. Meena Seshamani, M.D., Ph.D. director of the Center for Medicare and deputy administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, will provide some opening remarks and respond to audience questions.
Elizabeth Fowler, J.D., Ph.D., director of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) and deputy administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, provided some opening remarks and responded to audience questions.
This briefing provided background on Medicare payment reform, including new value-based models that have evolved over the past decade.
This briefing provided a brief landscape of the dual eligible population and the challenges they face when seeking comprehensive coverage and care. Attendees learned about the spectrum of integration of the Medicare and Medicaid programs on behalf of this population, and defined what success looks like in an integrated plan.
This briefing will clarify the defining characteristics of Medicare Part D including eligibility, coverage, and benefits. Attendees will understand the case for Medicare Part D redesign and the implications and tradeoffs of current policy options on beneficiaries and other stakeholders.
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This briefing provided an overview of the Medicare Trust Funds, the nuances of solvency, and the consequences of not resolving funding shortfalls. Panelists explored short- and long-term policy options to address solvency and offer equitable access, as well as the potential impacts on providers, plans, and most importantly, Medicare beneficiaries.
This briefing provided a high-level overview of the budget reconciliation process and also discussed potential applications of reconciliation to address national economic and health policy concerns of the 117th Congress and the new administration.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed both new and longstanding needs of long-term care patients. Experts will overview the recent changes, remaining gaps, and benefits and risks to long-term care patients, caregivers, providers, and payers.
This solutions-focused discussion explored policy interventions at the federal, state, and local levels to advance mental health during the ongoing pandemic.
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During this congressional lunch briefing, analysts will outline the mechanisms of the Medicare Part D program under current law and discuss the potential implications of reforms put forward by Congress and the administration.
During this webinar, analysts discussed the outstanding legislative and regulatory activities that Congress and the administration are likely to pursue before the end of the year.
The audience will come away with a better understanding of the origins of the rebate system, the actors responsible for negotiation, and the impact of rebates on prescription drug prices.
The goal of this briefing was to provide an update on MACRA implementation, the issues on the table as policymakers consider next steps around shifting the way providers are paid, by both public and private payers, and what this all means for improving health outcomes and quality.
This briefing provided an update on the overall state of play with payment reform, and the effort to move away from fee for service and toward value-based payment. Panelists discussed the interplay between the public and private sectors, and, given likely future directions for the CMS Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, highlighted areas where the private sector may be best positioned to lead. Panelists shared what this means for future policy options and needs.
This is the third of three panels from our Care Delivery in the Future: The Role of the Health Care Workforce Summit.
This half-day summit, the third in a series of three, examined many factors that affect the current state of the health care workforce.
Coordinated Care and Beyond: The Future of Integrated Care for Complex Chronic Conditions: What’s Working, What’s Not?
This is the final of three panels from our Future of Chronic Care Summit.
This is the first of three panels from our Future of Chronic Care Summit.
This half-day summit examined how to improve care for patients with complex, chronic conditions.
The Alliance hosted a post-election, half-day symposium previewing critical 2017 health care policy issues, one of the first major gatherings of the health care policy community after the 2016 election.
This briefing featured presentations by our experts highlighting the trends in Medicare regarding prescription drug pricing, and panelists discussed an array of policy options to align drug prices with value through alternative payment models.
Health systems have applied many innovative new strategies for improving quality and reducing costs when it comes to care for high-need, high-cost patients, who typically have multiple chronic conditions. Which of these innovations show promise, and what can we learn from them?