Most primary care practitioners are reporting no change in their ability to provide quality care after the Affordable Care Act's (ACA's) major coverage provisions took effect in January 2014, according to a new Visualizing Health Policy infographic. Their opinions about the healthcare law are sharply divided along political party lines. Generally, primary care physicians have a more negative view of health reform's effect on the cost of patient care, but a more positive view of the law's impact on patient access to healthcare and insurance.
The infographic looks at the number of primary care clinicians who say they're seeing more newly insured patients or patients covered by Medicaid since the ACA's major coverage provisions took effect in January 2014.
Dual-Eligibles Demos: Early Results and Their Implications offers timely intelligence about efforts to provide integrated care programs for beneficiaries who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid—so-called "dual eligibles"—a group of 9 million beneficiaries who account for more than $300 billion in annual health care spending.
Dual-Eligibles Demos: Early Results and Their Implications also includes a case study of the nation's largest CMS-backed duals demo in California—one that has many insurers participating, including national for-profit firms, large local non-profits and smaller plans.
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