Michigan Dual Eligible Integration Proposal

This week, our In Focus section reviews Michigan’s proposal to integrate care for dual el-igible Medicare-Medicaid beneficiaries. Unlike other state dual eligible integration pro-posals that limit the population included either geographically or by age (including Ohio, Michigan and Illinois), Michigan has proposed a phased approach, beginning in 2013 and continuing through 2014, that integrates care for all dual eligibles statewide – more than 211,000 lives in total.

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