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Dually eligible enrollees: 2002.

Lied TR - Health Care Financ Rev (2006)

Bottom Line: While comprising 14.7 percent of the Medicaid population, they accounted for 40.5 percent of Medicaid payments in 2002.Mean reimbursement for the dually eligible enrollees was nearly four times that of non-dually eligible Medicaid enrollees.This highlight examines utilization and payment data for the dually eligible enrollees in 2002.

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Affiliation: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Baltimore, MD 21244-1850, USA. terry.lied@cms.hhs.gov

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Individuals eligible in both Medicaid and Medicare, the dually eligible enrollees, account for a disproportionate share of Medicaid utilization and payments. While comprising 14.7 percent of the Medicaid population, they accounted for 40.5 percent of Medicaid payments in 2002. Mean reimbursement for the dually eligible enrollees was nearly four times that of non-dually eligible Medicaid enrollees. This highlight examines utilization and payment data for the dually eligible enrollees in 2002.

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Medicaid Payments for Dually Eligible Enrollees, by Age: Federal Fiscal Year 2002
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f4-hcfr-27-4-137: Medicaid Payments for Dually Eligible Enrollees, by Age: Federal Fiscal Year 2002

Mentions: Total Medicaid payments for the dually eligible enrollees by selected age groupings are shown in Figure 4. The age groups 85 and over and 75-84 experienced the highest payment totals, $21.50 and $20.12 billion, respectively. The age group 65-74 at $13.99 billion was actually lower than the age group 45-64 at $18.15; however, the age group 65-74 has a range of 10 years compared to 20 for the age group 45-64. The age group 21-44 experienced $12.56 billion in payments, while the age group under 21 experienced $ 0.18 billion, or about $180 million in payments.


Dually eligible enrollees: 2002.

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Medicaid Payments for Dually Eligible Enrollees, by Age: Federal Fiscal Year 2002
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f4-hcfr-27-4-137: Medicaid Payments for Dually Eligible Enrollees, by Age: Federal Fiscal Year 2002
Mentions: Total Medicaid payments for the dually eligible enrollees by selected age groupings are shown in Figure 4. The age groups 85 and over and 75-84 experienced the highest payment totals, $21.50 and $20.12 billion, respectively. The age group 65-74 at $13.99 billion was actually lower than the age group 45-64 at $18.15; however, the age group 65-74 has a range of 10 years compared to 20 for the age group 45-64. The age group 21-44 experienced $12.56 billion in payments, while the age group under 21 experienced $ 0.18 billion, or about $180 million in payments.

Bottom Line: While comprising 14.7 percent of the Medicaid population, they accounted for 40.5 percent of Medicaid payments in 2002.Mean reimbursement for the dually eligible enrollees was nearly four times that of non-dually eligible Medicaid enrollees.This highlight examines utilization and payment data for the dually eligible enrollees in 2002.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Baltimore, MD 21244-1850, USA. terry.lied@cms.hhs.gov

ABSTRACT
Individuals eligible in both Medicaid and Medicare, the dually eligible enrollees, account for a disproportionate share of Medicaid utilization and payments. While comprising 14.7 percent of the Medicaid population, they accounted for 40.5 percent of Medicaid payments in 2002. Mean reimbursement for the dually eligible enrollees was nearly four times that of non-dually eligible Medicaid enrollees. This highlight examines utilization and payment data for the dually eligible enrollees in 2002.

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