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Without Reform, Medicare Policies Will Hamstring New Gene Therapies
It took until the fall of 2020 for Medicare to consistently pay an adequate amount for CAR-T therapy. Now that same agonizing process awaits a raft of promising gene therapies in the pipeline – with lives in the balance – unless policymakers take action.
How Can the Biden Administration Improve the Medicaid Program?
The panel will examine options to improve Medicaid eligibility rules, enrollment processes, and benefit designs, as well as approaches that could improve the quality and efficiency of the care delivered to Medicaid beneficiaries.
Associations of Intensive Lifestyle Intervention in Type 2 Diabetes With Health Care Use, Spending, and Disability
Is an intensive lifestyle intervention for type 2 diabetes associated with long-term health care use and Medicare spending?
Cognitive Assessment At Medicare’s Annual Wellness Visit In Fee-For-Service And Medicare Advantage Plans
The study provides new insights – the self-reports of survey respondents – into cognitive assessments at annual wellness visits, an area that has been somewhat hidden from view.
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The nation’s growing debt threatens Medicare and Medicaid, which have helped countless Americans and reduced poverty. Schaeffer Center researchers work with legislators on a bipartisan basis to bolster these vital systems, making them more efficient and effective.