Dual Eligible Beneficiaries Receive Better Access to Care and Cost Protections when Enrolled in Medicare Advantage

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12/13/2021
AUTHOR – ATI Advisory

Over 12 million people in the United States are enrolled in Medicare and Medicaid. Dual eligible beneficiaries are more likely than Medicare-only population to experience numerous health and social markets.

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