Health Plan Switching and Satisfaction in a Medicaid MLTSS Program
Health plan dissatisfaction was higher among Medicaid managed long-term services and supports (MLTSS) beneficiaries who did not follow through with an intention to change health plans.
Impact of Health Reform on Young Adult Prescription Medication Utilization
The dependent coverage provision was associated with an increase in total and private expenditures and a decrease in out-of-pocket medication expenditures paid, especially among higher-income groups.
Patient Perceptions of Clinician Self-Management Support for Chronic Conditions
Patients receiving self-management support from clinicians are more likely to engage in self-management behaviors for their chronic conditions.
Medical Cost Burdens Among Nonelderly Adults With Asthma
People with asthma face substantial out-of-pocket costs-even when they take medications to manage their illness. However, many choose to continue treatment despite these costs.
Trends in the Financial Burden of Medical Care for Nonelderly Adults with Diabetes, 2001 to 2009
Decreased out-of-pocket spending on prescription drugs accounts for reduced financial burden of care to patients, and is consistent with improved access to care.
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