Study: Caution Needed on Dual Eligible Care Coordination Policies
Policies on care coordination for Medicare and Medicaid dual eligibles should be implemented with caution, as states have little experience managing care for this patient population, according to a study in Health Affairs.
The authors studied public data on how services are provided to dual eligibles receiving benefits from both programs.
Click here to read the full story in Becker's Hospital Review on dual eligibles.
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