Dual eligibles are consumers who—due to disability, age, and/or income—are eligible to enroll in both Medicare and Medicaid. Because dual eligibles are enrolled in both Medicaid and Medicare, they receive health care services through two separate financing and delivery systems. This makes both integrating and coordinating care difficult. This report is designed to help executives navigate the dual eligible population coverage in their state, and includes answers to all of these questions. It presents a strategic overview of the different ways that consumers qualify as dual eligibles, a review of national market trends in dual eligible enrollment . . .
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