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Percentage of Dual Eligible Beneficiaries in Integrated Care Programs by State


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States Receiving Medicare Data to Coordinate Care for Dually Eligible Individuals US Map with the categories and values. Described in the following table.
State Category
NC 0 to <1%
IA 0 to <1%
NE 0 to <1%
OK 0 to <1%
AR 0 to <1%
LA 0 to <1%
IN 0 to <1%
AL 0 to <1%
MD 0 to <1%
PA 1% to <10%
CO 1% to <10%
NY 1% to <10%
WI 1% to <10%
DE 1% to <10%
WY 1% to <10%
ND 1% to <10%
KS 1% to <10%
NM 1% to <10%
NJ 10% to <26%
ID 10% to <26%
TX 10% to <26%
IL 10% to <26%
MI 10% to <26%
VA 10% to <26%
SC 10% to <26%
WA 10% to <26%
CA 10% to <26%
HI 26% to 48%
RI 26% to 48%
AZ 26% to 48%
MN 26% to 48%
FL 26% to 48%
OH 26% to 48%
TN 26% to 48%
MA 26% to 48%
OR 26% to 48%
AK No integrated care
CT No integrated care
DC No integrated care
GA No integrated care
KY No integrated care
ME No integrated care
MS No integrated care
MO No integrated care
MT No integrated care
NV No integrated care
NH No integrated care
SD No integrated care
UT No integrated care
VT No integrated care
WV No integrated care

Source: Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office

This measure reports the percentage of dual eligible beneficiaries in integrated care programs by state as of July 2019. Integrated care programs include: Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, Medicare-Medicaid plans, Medicare-Medicaid demonstration programs, certain integrated dual eligible special needs plans, and total cost of care fee-for-service.