Quality of care in Medicaid managed care and commercial health plans.

  title={Quality of care in Medicaid managed care and commercial health plans.},
  author={Bruce E. Landon and Eric C. Schneider and Sharon-Lise T. Normand and Sarah Hudson Scholle and L. Gregory Pawlson and Arnold M. Epstein},
  volume={298 14},
CONTEXT In contrast to the commercially insured population, the proportion of Medicaid beneficiaries enrolling in health maintenance organizations continues to increase. OBJECTIVE To compare quality of care within and between the Medicaid and commercial populations in 3 types of managed care plans: Medicaid-only plans (serving predominantly Medicaid enrollees), commercial-only plans (serving predominantly commercial enrollees), and Medicaid/commercial plans (serving substantial numbers of… CONTINUE READING

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