(By Rylee Wilson for Becker’s Hospital Review)
More data is necessary to evaluate the quality of care Medicare Advantage beneficiaries with serious illnesses receive, a group of researchers wrote in the New England Journal of Medicine.
In a piece published May 6, researchers wrote that data is missing on the quality of care in Medicare Advantage and the availability of supplemental benefits, which are often used by beneficiaries with serious illness. Continue reading here…
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