Figure 3. Chronic conditions and functional or cognitive impairment

NOTE: ADLs are activities of daily living, and include self-care tasks.
Source: Kaiser Family Foundation analysis of the Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey Cost & Use File, 2008.

Dual eligible beneficiaries: Roles for surgeons under health care reform

April 1, 2014 • Features

Medicare and Medicaid coverage access to care issue for dual eligibles are reviewed in this article. Provisions in the Affordable Care Act that are designed to improve care for this patient population, including those calling for establishment of state demonstration projects, are described.

Features»

Dual eligible beneficiaries: Roles for surgeons under health care reform

Figure 3. Chronic conditions and functional or cognitive impairment

NOTE: ADLs are activities of daily living, and include self-care tasks.
Source: Kaiser Family Foundation analysis of the Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey Cost & Use File, 2008.

Medicare and Medicaid coverage access to care issue for dual eligibles are reviewed in this article. Provisions in the Affordable Care Act that are designed to improve care for this patient population, including those calling for establishment of state demonstration projects, are described.

Scholarships»

Applications being accepted for the ACS Traveling Fellowship to Japan for 2015

The ACS International Relations Committee announces the availability of the Traveling Fellowship to Japan. The purpose of this fellowship is to encourage international exchange of surgical science, practice, and education, and to establish professional and academic collaborations and friendships.

Contact

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