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Data Show Disparities in Medicare Advantage

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by Susan Morse

Significant gender, racial and ethnic differences exist in care received by beneficiaries of Medicare Advantage, according to two reports released by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

One report compared quality of care for women and men while the other report looked at racial and ethnic differences in healthcare experiences and clinical care in comparisons among women and men.

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