Integrated Evidence of Coverage

Polish translation: Potwierdzenie Zintegrowanego Pokrycia Ubezpieczeniowego Humana Gold Plus

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English term or phrase:Integrated Evidence of Coverage
Polish translation:Potwierdzenie Zintegrowanego Pokrycia Ubezpieczeniowego Humana Gold Plus
Entered by: Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.
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15:23 Jul 8, 2018
English to Polish translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Health Care / benefit coverage
English term or phrase: Integrated Evidence of Coverage
Plan policy, provision, or rationale used in making the decision (health plans only):
This decision was based on a review of your medical records from ManorCare Health Services-Hinsdale, Medicare Coverage Guidelines, and the skilled nursing facility benefit provisions in the Humana Gold Plus Integrated Evidence of Coverage
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Potwierdzenie Zintegrowanego Pokrycia Ubezpieczeniowego Humana Gold Plus
Explanation:
This coverage combines federal Medicare coverage with the state-run Medicaid program, hence integrated/coordinated.

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Why We Need Medicare/Medicaid Integration for People with Dual Eligibility

Without partnering with Medicare, States can do little to impact preventive, primary, acute care and post acute care and costs..

Decisions made by primary, acute and post acute care providers paid under Medicare also drive State Medicaid and LTSS costs.

Services to the 10 million people with dually eligibility make up more than a third of all Medicare and Medicaid expenditures and are expected to increase disproportionately.
Shared State and Federal goal to improve care quality and make care more seamless, appropriate and accessible for people with dual eligibility is an imperative.
Combining Medicare/Medicaid primary, acute and LTSS financing in aligned contracts is necessary for creation of provider level payment incentives that can improve care and costs across settings and financing sources.
CMS Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office (MMCO) is sponsoring new opportunities for States to tackle these issues through demonstrations to align Medicare and Medicaid.

http://www.mnaging.org/Age and Disabilities Odyssey/~/media/...
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3Potwierdzenie Zintegrowanego Pokrycia Ubezpieczeniowego Humana Gold Plus
Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.


  

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integrated evidence of coverage
Potwierdzenie Zintegrowanego Pokrycia Ubezpieczeniowego Humana Gold Plus


Explanation:
This coverage combines federal Medicare coverage with the state-run Medicaid program, hence integrated/coordinated.

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Note added at 40 mins (2018-07-08 16:03:13 GMT)
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https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://...

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Note added at 3 hrs (2018-07-08 18:56:28 GMT)
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Why We Need Medicare/Medicaid Integration for People with Dual Eligibility

Without partnering with Medicare, States can do little to impact preventive, primary, acute care and post acute care and costs..

Decisions made by primary, acute and post acute care providers paid under Medicare also drive State Medicaid and LTSS costs.

Services to the 10 million people with dually eligibility make up more than a third of all Medicare and Medicaid expenditures and are expected to increase disproportionately.
Shared State and Federal goal to improve care quality and make care more seamless, appropriate and accessible for people with dual eligibility is an imperative.
Combining Medicare/Medicaid primary, acute and LTSS financing in aligned contracts is necessary for creation of provider level payment incentives that can improve care and costs across settings and financing sources.
CMS Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office (MMCO) is sponsoring new opportunities for States to tackle these issues through demonstrations to align Medicare and Medicaid.

http://www.mnaging.org/Age and Disabilities Odyssey/~/media/...

Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.
United States
Local time: 17:12
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