Social Factors Are Primary Impediments To Managing Care For High-Cost Medicaid Beneficiaries

Article December 9, 2019

Social factors are primary impediments to managing care for high-cost Medicaid beneficiaries. These factors create barriers that impede beneficiary participation in care management services, creating challenges for states trying to improve outcomes and reduce costs for high-expenditure Medicaid beneficiaries. The biggest barriers include lack of transportation to medical appointments, lack of stable housing, and inconsistent…

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