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As U.S. healthcare providers shift to value-based care, they need to keep up with various governmental funding plans that could increase options for patients. For example, some states create opportunities for dual-eligible beneficiaries to join Medicare Advantage Dual-Eligible Special Needs Plans and Medicaid plans operated by the same insurer. Researchers suggest these plans can decrease inpatient admissions and nursing home admissions.

Dual-Eligible Medicare Advantage Plans Can Reduce Hospital Admissions