People who enroll in Medicare Advantage plans after receiving coverage through Original Medicare tend to have lower spending than their fee-for-service (FFS) Medicare counterparts, suggesting that the current risk-adjusted method of paying MA plans may “systematically overestimate expected costs” of MA enrollees, according to a new study report from Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF).
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