Turnover Among New Medicare Advantage Enrollees May Be Greater Than Perceived
Enrollees who join Medicare Advantage undergo significant turnover in the years following enrollment.
Use of Diabetes Medications in Traditional Medicare and Medicare Advantage
Medicare Advantage enrollees are more likely to be treated with metformin and sulfonylureas and less likely to receive costly newer medications than those in traditional Medicare.
Factors Influencing Primary Care Providers’ Decisions to Accept New Medicaid Patients Under Michigan’s Medicaid Expansion
In the era after Medicaid expansion, primary care providers placed importance on practice capacity, specialist availability, and reimbursement when deciding whether to accept new Medicaid patients.
A Comparison of Relative Resource Use and Quality in Medicare Advantage Health Plans Versus Traditional Medicare
Compared with traditional Medicare, relative resource use for those with diabetes or cardiovascular disease is lower in Medicare Advantage, while quality of care is higher.
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