JAMA Network December 6, 2022
David J. Meyers, PhD, MPH; Andrew M. Ryan, PhD; Amal N. Trivedi, MD, MPH

In 2023, the majority of Medicare beneficiaries will be enrolled in a private Medicare Advantage plan, and nearly 7 in 10 beneficiaries will be members in Medicare Advantage by 2030.1 Medicare Advantage plans differ from traditional Medicare as they are paid on a capitated basis to cover the health care needs of enrollees each year. Medicare Advantage plans may cover additional benefits unavailable in traditional Medicare, such as dental and fitness benefits,...

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Topics: Insurance, Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Patient / Consumer
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