CMS: Dual-eligible Medicare Advantage members less likely to receive cancer screenings, mental healthcare
(By Rylee Wilson for Becker’s Hospital Review)
Individuals who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid had lower scores on many clinical care measures than their counterparts only eligible for Medicare, a report from CMS found.
The report, published May 23, compared outcomes on 36 clinical care measures based on dual-eligibility and disability status. Continue reading here…
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