North Carolina Medicare-Medicaid Integration: Advancing Whole-Person Care

Event

North Carolina Medicare-Medicaid Integration: Advancing Whole-Person Care

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October 24, 2022 — 12:00PM–1:00PM

Virtual

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Background

North Carolina is in the midst of a major shift from fee-for-service to Medicaid managed care and other value-based care transformation efforts. As part of these reforms, North Carolina is required to integrate care for dual-eligible beneficiaries within five years of Medicaid managed care launch. The Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, with support from Arnold Ventures, has developed potential options for Medicare-Medicaid integration in the state. 

 

Objectives:

·        Present proposed vision, goals, and potential options for Medicare-Medicaid integration in North Carolina.

·        Discuss challenges, opportunities, and lessons learned from Medicare-Medicaid integration efforts

 

Duke-Margolis Planning Team

Higgins

Aparna Higgins

Senior Policy Fellow

Japinga

Mark Japinga, MPAff

Research Associate

Kaufman

Brystana Kaufman, MSPH, PhD

Assistant Professor, Population Health Sciences
Margolis Core Faculty Member

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Samantha Repka

Research Associate

Corinna Sorenson

Corinna Sorenson, PhD, MHSA, MPH

Faculty Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies
Senior Advisor and Founding Director, Margolis Scholars Program
Assistant Professor in Population Health Sciences and Public Policy
Margolis Core Faculty
Anti-Racism and Equity Committee Member

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Sandra Yankah, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Researcher