Addressing SDOH

RIC Event: Enrollee Advisory Committees Through a Health Equity Lens

https://youtu.be/XouV1MB7AEE?si=Ga7w9jYdr7nkYEPq Survey: Click here to complete an anonymous survey regarding this event. Description: Dual Eligible Special Needs Plan (D-SNP) Enrollee Advisory Committees (EACs) are tasked with working to improve access to covered services, coordination of services, and health equity for underserved populations

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RIC Event: Promising Practices for Promoting Person-Centered Communication and Care Coordination

https://youtu.be/OTHjlrCdgR0 Survey: Click here to complete an anonymous survey regarding this event. Podcast: This webinar is also available as a podcast on SoundCloud and iTunes. Description: This webinar highlights key takeaways from discussions among health plans that participated in the Integrated Care

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RIC Event: Promising Practices for Utilizing Motivational Interviewing (MI) to Improve Care Coordination and Address Social Determinants of Health (SDOH)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtITkSg5zsU&t=2s Survey: Click here to complete an anonymous survey regarding this event. Podcast: This webinar is also available as a podcast on SoundCloud and iTunes. Description: This webinar explores how motivational interviewing (MI) can improve communication in integrated care settings and

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RIC Event: Locating and Engaging Hard-to-Reach Members During COVID-19: A Panel Discussion

Video Recording: https://youtu.be/Qi3a8qsuTYE Podcast:  This webinar is also available as a podcast on SoundCloud and iTunes. Description:  This webinar features speakers from health plans serving individuals dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid, who share strategies related to engaging hard-to-reach members during the

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Key Considerations for Health Plans: Partnering with Community-Based Organizations to Address Social Determinants of Health

Click Here to Access the Brief People dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid often experience more complex health issues and worse health outcomes than people eligible only for Medicare.1 These health disparities are often related to factors outside the health

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