The Impact of HDHPs on Service Use and Spending for Substance Use Disorders
Offering a high-deductible health plan (HDHP) led to a 6.6% reduction in the probability of using substance use disorder services and a shift in spending from the plan to the enrollee.
Drug Plan Design Incentives Among Medicare Prescription Drug Plans
Medicare-Advantage Prescription drug plans (MA-PDs) and standalone PDPs appear to respond to different incentives for plan design.
Medicare Part D Claims Rejections for Nursing Home Residents, 2006 to 2010
This study presents data on paid and rejected claims submitted by 1 large long-term care pharmacy over the initial 5 years of Medicare Part D.
High-Deductible Health Plans and Costs and Utilization of Maternity Care
High-deductible benefit design was associated with increased out-of-pocket costs for maternity care, but had no adverse impacts on receipt of recommended prenatal and postpartum care.
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