Annual Medicaid MCO Survey

The Institute for Medicaid Innovation's (IMI) annual Medicaid managed care survey is one of the first comprehensive efforts to collect robust, longitudinal data on Medicaid managed care organizations (MCOs) across the following categories: high-risk care coordination, value-based payment, pharmacy, behavioral health, women’s health, child and adolescent health, long-term services and supports, and social determinants of health. The findings from the survey are intended to equip Medicaid stakeholders with the information needed to accurately articulate the national narrative about Medicaid managed care.

Opportunities:  Workgroups & Question Submission Process

Survey Tool Revision Opportunities

Note: Workgroup members have been selected for 2021, but information on opportunities to participate in 2022 will be posted at the end of the year.

Deadlines for New Question Submissions:

  • High-Risk Care Coordination: TBD
  • Value-Based Purchasing: TBD
  • Pharmacy: TBD
  • Behavioral Health: TBD
  • Child and Adolescent Health: TBD
  • Women’s Health: TBD
  • SDOH: TBD
  • MLTSS: TBD
  • COVID-19: TBD
  • Health Equity & Structural Racism: TBD
  • Telehealth: TBD

Reports

2021 Annual Medicaid MCO Survey Report

2020 Annual Medicaid MCO Survey Report 

2019 Annual Medicaid MCO Survey Report

2018 Annual Medicaid MCO Survey Report

Report Release Event

2021 Survey Release Virtual Event Recording

2020 Survey Release Virtual Event Recording

Report Graphics

2020 Annual Medicaid MCO Survey Report Graphics

2019 Annual Medicaid MCO Survey Report Graphics

Survey Report Best Practices

2020 Medicaid MCO Best Practices and Innovative Initiatives

2019 Medicaid MCO Best Practices and Innovative Initiatives

Survey Instruments

2021 Annual Medicaid Managed Care Survey

2020 Annual Medicaid Managed Care Survey

2019 Annual Medicaid Managed Care Survey

 

For more information about opportunities to be engaged in this exciting work, please contact Dr. Jennifer Moore at JMoore@MedicaidInnovation.org.

 

Support for this project is provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the Foundation.