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Research published this week in the Journal of Medical Internet Research demonstrates that the digital self-management program Better Choices, Better Health–Diabetes can help health insurers save an average of $815 in health care costs per person with diabetes in the year after the program, realizing a ROI of $3 for every $1 spent on the workshop.
Reps. Reed and DeGette introduced the Expanding Access to DSMT Act to remove barriers to diabetes self-management training (DSMT) for Medicare beneficiaries.
Medicare beneficiaries across the country will soon find letters in their mailboxes from the SSA alerting them to programs that could help pay their out-of-pocket health care expenses.
In May 2018, the Center for Benefits held a regional conference to highlight benefits access in the southern U.S. Find conference resources and presentations here.
When it comes to making health care insurance decisions, older Americans are told they can depend on the Medicare Plan Finder (MPF) to get reliable and accessible information. In fact, a new report finds that the federal government’s online tool to help Medicare beneficiaries and others obtain information and make decisions about coverage options in fee-for-service and Medicare Parts C and D is not delivering on that promise.
Older Americans are told they can rely on the Medicare Plan Finder tool to compare and choose the plan that best meets their needs. However, a new report finds that the Plan Finder tool is not delivering on that promise.
The Improving Medicare Markets Initiative (IMMI) was launched in 2014 to collaborate on improvements to the Medicare Part D marketplace.