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Use and knowledge of the new enrollee "welcome to Medicare" physical examination benefit.

Petroski CA, Regan JF - Health Care Financ Rev (2009)

Bottom Line: The Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey (MCBS) is a large survey utilizing a nationally representative sample of the Medicare population.The MCBS collects data on a whole host of topics including health status, health insurance coverage and financing, access to care, knowledge and understanding of the Medicare Program, as well as use and effectiveness of new program benefits and changes.

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Affiliation: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, 7500 Security Boulevard, C3-16-27, Baltimore, MD 21244-1850, USA. cara.petroski@cms.hhs.gov

ABSTRACT
The Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey (MCBS) is a large survey utilizing a nationally representative sample of the Medicare population. The MCBS collects data on a whole host of topics including health status, health insurance coverage and financing, access to care, knowledge and understanding of the Medicare Program, as well as use and effectiveness of new program benefits and changes.

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“Welcome to Medicare” Physical ExamWho Got it and Who Didn't?As part of the MCBS New Enrollee Supplement, in the fall of 2005 new beneficiaries were asked whether they'd had the “Welcome to Medicare” physical exam that was offered as part of the “Welcome to Medicare” benefit during their first six months of gaining Medicare Part B coverage.Less than 3 percent of the beneficiaries eligible to receive the one-time covered exam took advantage of this benefit.
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f1-hcfr-30-03-071: “Welcome to Medicare” Physical ExamWho Got it and Who Didn't?As part of the MCBS New Enrollee Supplement, in the fall of 2005 new beneficiaries were asked whether they'd had the “Welcome to Medicare” physical exam that was offered as part of the “Welcome to Medicare” benefit during their first six months of gaining Medicare Part B coverage.Less than 3 percent of the beneficiaries eligible to receive the one-time covered exam took advantage of this benefit.


Use and knowledge of the new enrollee "welcome to Medicare" physical examination benefit.

Petroski CA, Regan JF - Health Care Financ Rev (2009)

“Welcome to Medicare” Physical ExamWho Got it and Who Didn't?As part of the MCBS New Enrollee Supplement, in the fall of 2005 new beneficiaries were asked whether they'd had the “Welcome to Medicare” physical exam that was offered as part of the “Welcome to Medicare” benefit during their first six months of gaining Medicare Part B coverage.Less than 3 percent of the beneficiaries eligible to receive the one-time covered exam took advantage of this benefit.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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f1-hcfr-30-03-071: “Welcome to Medicare” Physical ExamWho Got it and Who Didn't?As part of the MCBS New Enrollee Supplement, in the fall of 2005 new beneficiaries were asked whether they'd had the “Welcome to Medicare” physical exam that was offered as part of the “Welcome to Medicare” benefit during their first six months of gaining Medicare Part B coverage.Less than 3 percent of the beneficiaries eligible to receive the one-time covered exam took advantage of this benefit.
Bottom Line: The Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey (MCBS) is a large survey utilizing a nationally representative sample of the Medicare population.The MCBS collects data on a whole host of topics including health status, health insurance coverage and financing, access to care, knowledge and understanding of the Medicare Program, as well as use and effectiveness of new program benefits and changes.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, 7500 Security Boulevard, C3-16-27, Baltimore, MD 21244-1850, USA. cara.petroski@cms.hhs.gov

ABSTRACT
The Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey (MCBS) is a large survey utilizing a nationally representative sample of the Medicare population. The MCBS collects data on a whole host of topics including health status, health insurance coverage and financing, access to care, knowledge and understanding of the Medicare Program, as well as use and effectiveness of new program benefits and changes.

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