How a Growing, Changing Medicare Population Will Impact Payers
The demand for post-acute and long-term care is increasing dramatically and will continue to do so in the decades ahead. The Medicare population continues to expand and is set for rapid growth as the last of the Baby Boomer generation joins the federal program. Numbering more than 70 million, the group that makes up one-quarter of the total population in the United States will be over 65 and part of Medicare by the close of the decade.
With quality having an outsize impact on revenue for payers serving Medicare beneficiaries, health plans cannot afford to ignore data and their ability to analyze information to yield improved outcomes for aging adults.
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