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Disabled Dual-Eligible Beneficiaries: Integration of Medicare and Medicaid Benefits May Not Lead to Expected Medicare Savings
James Cosgrove (au)
In 2009, the Medicare and Medicaid programs spent an estimated $103 billion on disabled dual-eligible beneficiaries äóî those individuals who are disabled, under age 65, and qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid benefits. Recently, Congress and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have emphasized benefit integration for all dual-eligible beneficiaries äóî both disabled and aged -- including beginning a financial alignment demonstration, which CMS expects will improve care and reduce program spending. This report examined (1) spending, utilization, and health status patterns for the portion of this population with the highest spending; (2) the extent to which integrated dual-eligible special needs plans (D-SNPs) provided high quality of care for this population while controlling Medicare spending; and (3) D-SNPsäó» and traditional Medicare Advantage (MA) plansäó» performance in serving this population based on quality and resource use measures. Tables and figures.
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