Medicaid risk-based managed care: Analysis of financial results for 2011
Risk-based managed care is the current platform from which Medicaid recipients receive healthcare benefits, at least in part, in more than 30 states in the United States. Managed care organizations (MCOs) of all varieties contract with state Medicaid agencies to deliver and manage the healthcare benefits under the Medicaid program in exchange for predetermined capitation revenue.
The primary purpose of this report is to provide reference and benchmarking information for certain key financial metrics used in the day-to-day analysis of Medicaid MCO financial performance. The financial results are summarized on a composite basis for all reporting MCOs. Additionally, this report explores the differences among various types of MCOs using available segmentation attributes defined from the reported financial statements.
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