On April 13th, Mary Kaschak facilitated a bipartisan Congressional committee educational session on behalf of the Long-Term Quality Alliance. Forty-five legislative assistants of the Energy & Commerce and Ways & Means committees listened to presentations from several LTQA partner organizations on the importance of integrated care for dually eligible beneficiaries. This first of two planned briefings provided an overview of the populations encompassing dually eligible beneficiaries and the complex care environment they navigate. The second briefing will highlight recent policy and regulatory developments, and opportunities for Congress to improve integrated care systems nationally.
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