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Differences in Management of Coronary Artery Disease in Patients With Medicare Advantage vs Traditional Fee-for-Service Medicare Among Cardiology Practices.

One-third of Medicare beneficiaries are enrolled in Medicare Advantage (MA), Medicare's private plan option. Medicare Advantage incentivizes performance on evidence-based care, but limited information exists using reliable clinical data to determine whether this translates into better quality for patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) enrolled in MA compared with those enrolled in traditional fee-for-service (FFS) Medicare.


Why Medicare Advantage enrollment will keep on growing, whatever the politics.

In 2019, a record 36% of Medicare beneficiaries will be getting their benefits in a Medicare Advantage plan. CMS has broadened the services such plans can provide-services that may reduce expensive treatments and injuries. Insurers continue to see the market as a business opportunity. Critics see a slow-motion privatization of the entitlement.

Differences in Hospitalizations Between Fee-For-Service and Medicare Advantage Beneficiaries.

Previous studies found lower hospitalization rates for enrollees in Medicare Advantage (MA) plans than for beneficiaries with Fee-For-Service (FFS) coverage. MA enrollment is increasing, especially for those newly eligible for Medicare, but little is known about how service use in FFS or MA differs for new beneficiaries.


Medicare Advantage And Commercial Prices For Mental Health Services.

In 2014, insurers paid an average of 13-14 percent less for in-network mental health services in their commercial and Medicare Advantage plans than fee-for-service Medicare paid for identical services-despite paying up to 12 percent more than Medicare when the same services were provided by other physician specialties. However, patients went out of network more frequently for mental health services than for comparison services, which increased their average cost-sharing payments.

Medicare Advantage control of postacute costs: perspectives from stakeholders.

Medicare Advantage (MA) plans have strong incentives to control costs, including postacute spending; however, to our knowledge, no research has examined the methods that MA plans use to control or reduce postacute costs. This study aimed to understand such MA plan efforts and the possible unintended consequences.

How Do Gender Differences in Quality of Care Vary Across Medicare Advantage Plans?

Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) quality measures have long been used to compare care across health plans and to study racial/ethnic and socioeconomic disparities among Medicare Advantage (MA) beneficiaries. However, possible gender differences in seniors' quality of care have received less attention.

Medicare Advantage enrollees' use of nursing homes: trends and nursing home characteristics.

To examine temporal trends in the prevalence of nursing home (NH) patients participating in Medicare Advantage (MA) and to identify the characteristics of both these patients and the NHs that provide care for them.

Sample Selection for Medicare Risk Adjustment Due to Systematically Missing Data.

To assess the issue of nonrepresentative sampling in Medicare Advantage (MA) risk adjustment.

Do Larger Health Insurance Subsidies Benefit Patients or Producers? Evidence from Medicare Advantage.

A central question in the debate over privatized Medicare is whether increased government payments to private Medicare Advantage (MA) plans generate lower premiums for consumers or higher profits for producers. Using difference‑in‑differences variation brought about by a sharp legislative change, we find that MA insurers pass through 45 percent of increased payments in lower premiums and an additional 9 percent in more generous benefits. We show that advantageous selection into MA cannot explain this in...

Adjusting Medicare Advantage star ratings for socioeconomic status and disability.

Studies have identified potential unintended effects of not adjusting clinical performance measures in value-based purchasing programs for socioeconomic status (SES) factors. We examine the impact of SES and disability adjustments on Medicare Advantage (MA) plans' and prescription drug plans' (PDPs') contract star ratings. These analyses informed the development of the Categorical Adjustment Index (CAI), which CMS implemented with the 2017 star ratings.

Hyperglycemia is associated with island sign in patients with intracerebral hemorrhage.

Prognostic value of admission serum glucose for early hematoma growth in patients with intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) remains controversial. Island sign is a novel imaging predictor for early hematoma growth, implying multifocal active bleeding. The aim of this study is to investigate the potential associations between hyperglycemia and early hematoma expansion in ICH patients with or without island sign.

Trends in Medicare Utilization by Dermatologists, 2012-2015.

Medicare represents the second largest component of national health expenditures, and dermatologists receive a disproportionate percentage of Medicare payments. Analyzing trends in Medicare utilization by dermatologists informs optimal Medicare usage for both patients and physicians.

Medicare Advantage Checkup.

Trends in Postacute Care Spending Growth During the Medicare Spending Slowdown.

Over the past decade, traditional Medicare’s per-beneficiary spending grew at historically low levels. To understand this phenomenon, it is important to examine trends in postacute care, which experienced exceptionally high spending growth in prior decades.

Variation In Health Spending Growth For The Privately Insured From 2007 To 2014.

We examined the growth in health spending on people with employer-sponsored private insurance in the period 2007-14. Our analysis relied on information from the Health Care Cost Institute data set, which includes insurance claims from Aetna, Humana, and UnitedHealthcare. In the study period private health spending per enrollee grew 16.9 percent, while growth in Medicare spending per fee-for-service beneficiary decreased 1.2 percent. There was substantial variation in private spending growth rates across h...

Cost-Sharing for Part B Chemotherapy Drugs in Medicare Advantage Plans: an Administrative Data Analysis.

Island sign predicts long-term poor outcome and mortality in patients with intracerebral hemorrhage.

and Purpose: Island sign is a novel imaging predictor for early hematoma growth, implying multifocal active bleeding. And the prognostic value of island sign for long-term outcome in patients with intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) remains unrevealed. The aim of this study is to investigate associations between the island land and long-term prognosis in ICH patients.

The comparative study of island sign and the spot sign in predicting short-term prognosis of patients with intracerebral hemorrhage.

It is well known that early hematoma expansion is associated with short-term prognosis of patients with intracranial hemorrhage (ICH). And spot sign is recognized as a reliable computed tomography angiography (CTA) predictor for early hematoma expansion. Recently, island sign is also reported as a novel computed tomography (CT) predictor for early hematoma growth. Here, we compared the predictive abilities of these two signs for short-term outcomes of ICH patients.

Disparities in Low-Vision Device Use Among Older US Medicare Recipients.

Low-vision assistive devices are not covered by Medicare and many private insurers, although there is evidence that they can improve functioning and quality of life. Little is known about whether sociodemographic disparities exist in the use of low-vision services by Medicare beneficiaries.

Racial And Ethnic Differences In The Attainment Of Behavioral Health Quality Measures In Medicare Advantage Plans.

As the Medicare population becomes more diverse and its demand for behavioral health care grows, a better understanding of racial/ethnic disparities in the quality of behavioral health care is crucial. Medicare Advantage (MA) plans are accountable through the public reporting of quality performance on measures, including the Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS). We examined HEDIS data on eight MA behavioral health care quality measures, using mixed-effects logistic regressions to distin...

Medicare Utilization and Spending Among Nurses Compared with the General United States Population.

To better understand health habits in older nurses versus the general population, we sought to determine whether the demographics, health care utilization, and Medicare spending by the Nurses' Health Study (NHS) participants enrolled in Medicare and a matched sample of Medicare beneficiaries meaningfully differed.

Simulation of crop growth curve and analysis of interspecific interaction in wheat and faba bean intercropping system.

Interspecific interactions are closely related to the intercropping yield advantage. Little attention was paid to the dynamic changes of interspecific interactions. In this study, the growth curves of wheat and faba bean under different planting patterns (wheat monocropped, faba bean monocropped, and wheat and faba bean intercropping) and phosphorus (P) fertilization levels [P, 0 kg PO·hm(the control); P, 45 kg PO·hm; P, 90 kg PO·hm, repetitively] were simulated by Logistic analysis in a two-year field e...

Neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio predicts island sign in patients with intracranial hemorrhage.

Our previously studies indicated that inflammatory responses are involved in the hematoma expansion (HE) after intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) ictus. Here, we aim to evaluate the correlations among the ratio of neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio (NLR), HE, and island sign in patients with ICH.Patients with spontaneous ICH were retrospectively included. Clinical characteristics, imaging features, and laboratory parameters were obtained. Multivariable analysis was performed to evaluate the association of NLR with H...

New Medicare Diabetes Prevention Coverage May Limit Beneficiary Access and Widen Health Disparities.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services recently issued final rules for the Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program (MDPP), offering an unprecedented opportunity to provide lifestyle intervention to Medicare beneficiaries with prediabetes via a pay-for-performance model. The MDPP is based on the widely disseminated, yearlong National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP), which has lesser but still beneficial risk-reduction outcomes among minority and low-income participants.

Percutaneous Vertebral Augmentation for Vertebral Compression Fractures: National Trends in the Medicare Population (2005-2015).

Retrospective analysis of Medicare data OBJECTIVE.: To analyze trends of vertebral augmentation in the elderly Medicare population in the context of evolving evidence and varied medical society opinions.


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