Autism & I/DD

Intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) are a physical and/or cognitive impairments that occur before the age of 22. Autism spectrum disorder is generally considered a type of developmental disability that affects behavior and communication. The autism and I/DD market provides supports and health care services to these populations. Over the past decade, there has been an increase in the changes and challenges affecting I/DD and autism markets—the move to managed care and value-based care, the shift away from residential treatment, the increasing emphasis on consumer-directed care, and new workforce challenges.


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MediTelecare Launches Tele-Behavioral Health Services For People With I/DD

On April 28, 2022, MediTelecare™ launched tele-behavioral health services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) living in residential settings managed by provider organizations. The new services are immediately available in four states (Connecticut, Massachusetts, Texas, and West Virginia). In addition to marketing to I/DD residential settings such residential group homes, MediTelecare markets its platform to… Read

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