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Disease Management Will Yield More Savings In Medicare Than Private Plans, CMS Says

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Executive Summary

Medicare beneficiaries offer a more stable population with a greater number of chronic diseases than those in private plans, CMS’ Guterman says. Current expectations about possible returns on investment from disease management programs are too high, Disease Management Purchasing Consortium says.

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