Resources

This resource is a toolkit highlighting innovative care coordination strategies used by Medicare ACOs.

This resource is a toolkit for identifying patients with various physical, functional, emotional, social, and spiritual needs.

This resource builds on the seminal Home Alone study, the first national examination at how family caregivers manage medical and nursing tasks. Major findi

Since 2015, the Peterson Center on Healthcare has been working to improve the quality and lower the cost of care for high-need, high-cost patients.

This resource is a Disability-Competent Care Self-Assessment Tool.

This resource is the product of a collaborative assessment on strategies for better serving high-need patients convened by the National Academy of Medicine (NAM).

In 2013, the Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc., hosted a “Super-Utilizer Summit” to explore how Medicaid could promote models to improve care and lower costs for individuals whose complex nee

This resource reviews strategies to identify patients who are likely to require high-cost care.

There is currently no single statement of what a delivery system must have to effectively serve adults with complex care needs.

Starting in 2013, the National Governors Association worked for two years with seven states to improve care and lower costs for Medicaid beneficiaries with complex health care needs — sometimes kno