Model of Care
The many Americans enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid, known as “dual eligibles,” make up a diverse group of adults over 65 and disabled individuals with complex medical needs. They have long been poorly served by the traditional fee-for-service healthcare system. As a prepaid provider, Commonwealth Care Alliance is able to seamlessly combine Medicare and Medicaid funding and transform the way care is delivered to this vulnerable population.
Our model of care is designed to help members enjoy the highest possible quality of life through better health and greater independence. We are constantly exploring new and improved ways to provide quality primary care and support services. And with Commonwealth Care Alliance, members always have a voice in the decisions affecting their care. Our clinical teams collaborate with members, families, and guardians in order to develop truly personalized care solutions.
Today, Commonwealth Care Alliance is nationally recognized as a leader in providing effective, innovative care for elders and those with disabilities. We are working with other health providers to enhance their disability competencies and building a statewide network of primary care practices and a safety net of human service organizations, independent living centers, and community-based organizations to serve the dual-eligible population.