Resources for Integrated Care (RIC) partners with health plans, providers, and subject matter experts to identify promising practices and develop actionable technical assistance (TA) resources and trainings. These resources are intended to build capacity to address the needs of beneficiaries dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid and deliver more integrated and coordinated care.
RIC offers a variety of TA resources and trainings, such as tip sheets, briefs, spotlights, podcasts, videos, and webinars. Many of our event recordings are accessible on the RIC website, through our channel on YouTube, or as podcast segments on SoundCloud and iTunes.
We invite you to follow us on Twitter (@Integrate_Care) and LinkedIn or email us at RIC@lewin.com if you would like to join our listserv to learn about new products and events as they become available.
We greatly value your feedback as we develop and improve upon RIC resources. We encourage you to complete our survey or email us at RIC@lewin.com if you have any questions, suggested topics on resources that would be most beneficial to you, or feedback on any of our resources.
RIC develops resources on a variety of topics relevant to the dually eligible population. Click on each topic to learn more and to access relevant resources.
- Behavioral Health
- Care Management & Care Coordination
- Caregiver Supports
- Cultural Competence
- Intellectual and Developmental Disability (IDD)
- Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS)
- Member Engagement
- Older Adults
- Pain Management
- Person & Family Engagement
- Physical Disability
Additionally, you can learn more about the dually eligible population by clicking on the link below.
The Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office (MMCO) in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is dedicated to helping beneficiaries dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid have access to seamless, high-quality, and cost-effective health care that includes the full range of covered services in both programs. To support providers in delivering more integrated, coordinated care to dually eligible beneficiaries, MMCO contracted with The Lewin Group to develop and disseminate technical assistance and actionable tools based on successful innovations and care models.