Individuals living with disability dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid are at higher risk for poor health outcomes when compared to individuals without disability. This event, in collaboration with the Americans with Disabilities Act National Network (ADANN), provided a platform for questions to be answered on how healthcare organizations and facilities can best improve accessibility for participants living with disability to best meet their care needs.
This event focuses on healthcare facility accessibility, including physical and communication barriers that may impede participants living with disabilities from receiving care. Representatives from ADANN answered your ADA and other accessibility questions.
- Michael Richardson, M.P.A., Director, Northwest ADA Center
- Pam Williamson, B.S., Assistant Project Director, Southeast ADA Center
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This event is intended for a wide range of stakeholders – providers, health care professionals (such as home care agency administrators and staff), social workers, and front-line staff of Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare-Medicaid Plans (MMPs), Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs), and healthcare facilities interested in improving their accessibility for individuals with disabilities.
 Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation. (2016). Report to Congress: Social Risk Factors and Performance under Medicare’s Value Based Purchasing Programs. Retrieved from: https://aspe.hhs.gov/pdf-report/report-congress-social-risk-factors-and-performance-under-medicares-value-based-purchasing-programs