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States Receiving Medicare Data to Coordinate Care for Dually Eligible Individuals

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State Access
Alabama No
Alaska No
Arizona No
Arkansas No
California Yes
Colorado No
Connecticut Yes
Delaware No
Florida No
Georgia No
Hawaii No
Idaho No
Illinois Yes
Indiana No
Iowa Yes
Kansas No
Kentucky No
Louisiana No
Maine No
Maryland No
Massachusetts Yes
Michigan Yes
Minnesota Yes
Mississippi No
Missouri No
Montana No
Nebraska No
Nevada No
New Hampshire No
New Jersey No
New Mexico No
New York Yes
North Carolina Yes
North Dakota No
Ohio Yes
Oklahoma No
Oregon Yes
Pennsylvania Yes
Rhode Island Yes
South Carolina Yes
South Dakota No
Tennessee No
Texas No
Utah No
Vermont No
Virginia No
Washington Yes
Washington D.C. No
West Virginia No
Wisconsin Yes
Wyoming No

Source: Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office

This measure reports which states as of May 2020 receive Medicare Parts A, B, and D data at least monthly from CMS to support care coordination for dually eligible individuals. Medicare data are an essential tool for states seeking to coordinate care, improve quality, and control costs for dually eligible individuals. Requesting Medicare data is voluntary for states.

The Medicaid-Medicare Coordination Office and State Data Resource Center track which states receive Medicare data. For more information, including available data files and how to request data, contact the State Data Resource Center at sdrc@econometricainc.com.