Becker's Healthcare June 17, 2024
Rylee Wilson

Data Medicare Advantage insurers provide to the federal government has become more complete in recent years, but gaps remain, according to MedPAC’s annual report, titled “Medicare and the Health Care Delivery System.”

The Medicare Payment and Advisory Commission advises Congress on Medicare. It published its annual report on healthcare delivery June 13.

The commission found that data completeness improved from 2017 to 2020 and 2021 for some measures but “generally remained incomplete,” according to the commission’s report. Since 2012, Medicare Advantage plans have been required to submit a record of each encounter enrollees have with a healthcare provider to the federal government.

The share of contracts reporting at least one encounter in all six service categories improved...

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