Ohio’s Proposal to Integrate Care for Dually Eligible Beneficiaries: Fast Track to Better Care or Possible Train Wreck?

Much to its credit, the Kasich administration has developed a proposed demonstration project to improve care for people who are dually eligible for Medicaid and Medicare.  Many people who are “dually eligible” desperately need better coordinated care and this writer believes that OHT is trying to get it right. But advocates for older adults and people with disabilities worry that the rushed process, pressure from managed care plans, inadequacy of conversations with consumers may lead to real problems.

This Shouldn’t Even Be a Close Question

What the U.S. Supreme Court case all boils down to is who has the greater claim on the Constitution’s protections—Linda  or Maurice. (READ MORE)

What’s All the Fuss About the Individual Mandate? Is there a Pervasive Fear of Mandated Broccoli?

This week, the US Supreme Court is holding three days of oral argument this week (March 26-28) on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act – also known as “Obamacare.”

Tuesday is set aside for argument on the Minimum Coverage Provision – also known as the “Individual Mandate”, a term that never appears in the law itself.

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