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Medicare Advantage and Part D star ratings released. How does the company perform compared to last year? This week’s Top Stories tackles that issue and more. What’s going on with Bright Health Group’s Medicare Advantage Plan, and how does income affect orthopedic outcomes? Check out the latest information on
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- The number of 5-star Medicare Advantage and Part D plans is down significantly, but the number of 2-star plans is up.
- Kaiser Foundation Health Plans and UnitedHealth Group are among the five-star parent companies. Wellcare by Centene occupies all four of his two-star plans.
- Bright Health will cease offering individual and family health insurance through InsurTech Bright Healthcare.
- Bright Cuts Affect Plans in Nine States
- Minorities and low-income groups are less likely to undergo orthopedic surgery.
- They are also more likely to experience bad outcomes
Details for this episode:
See list: Declining MA star rating for 5-star plans in 2023
Medicare Advantage star rating expected to drop as CMS lifts COVID-19 guardrails
Bright Health cuts personal and family insurance plans next year
How telemedicine and digital therapy can improve orthopedic care and PT
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