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Reevaluation of CMS' Competitive Bidding Program.

Given the ongoing epidemic and rising costs of diabetes in the U.S., it is critical that health care resources be allocated in both efficacious and cost-effective ways. Among Medicare beneficiaries, patients with diabetes consume >32% of total Medicare expenditures (1). In 2011, the Centers for Medi... Full description

Journal Title: Diabetes care July 2016, Vol.39(7), pp.1078-1079
Main Author: Schatz, Desmond
Other Authors: Cefalu, William T
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  • Medicare
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description: Given the ongoing epidemic and rising costs of diabetes in the U.S., it is critical that health care resources be allocated in both efficacious and cost-effective ways. Among Medicare beneficiaries, patients with diabetes consume >32% of total Medicare expenditures (1). In 2011, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) implemented competitive bidding for selected product categories in nine “test” markets. Among these products was diabetes testing supplies (2). The intent of the program was to lower costs without jeopardizing patient health. In 2012, CMS issued its report, stating that it had found “no disruption in access to needed supplies for Medicare beneficiaries” and that “there have been no negative health consequences to beneficiaries as a result of competitive bidding” (2). CMS has continued to make this claim. However, at least in our review of the issue, a recent study may suggest otherwise. As reported by Puckrein et al. (3) in Diabetes Care , implementation of the Competitive Bidding Program in nine Medicare “test” markets appeared to cause significant disruption among …
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