Medicaid: States' Efforts to Educate and Enroll Beneficiaries in Managed Care (MC)
DIANE Publishing - 32 pages
Given the expansion of Managed Care (MC) & reports of abuses, this report: describes the role of marketing in expanding participation in MC & the types of marketing & enroll. abuses that have occurred; identifies state efforts to curb or prevent these abuses & to ensure that beneficiaries are adequately informed about their health plan options & MC as a service delivery approach; & identifies state efforts to measure the effective. of their educ. & enroll. approaches. In FY Ô95, Fed. & state Medicaid expenditures reached $150 billion & accounted for more than 19% of state budgets.
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