The coming experiments in integrating and coordinating care for 'dual eligibles'.

  title={The coming experiments in integrating and coordinating care for 'dual eligibles'.},
  author={Harris Meyer},
  journal={Health affairs},
  volume={31 6},
The federal government and the states want to transform care for those enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid. But will they move beneficiaries too fast into managed care plans? 
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