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Medicare Centers Help increase STAR Ratings and Closes Gaps in Care for Insurance Companies Using Our Point-of-Care Testing Solutions.

Medicare Centers™ has a single focus, to supply clients in the HEDIS Gap Closure Programs (GCP) with our State-of-the-Art testing solutions. These solutions impact the health adjustment model for aged and disabled beneficiaries enrolled in Medicare Advantage (MA), Medicaid, and Commercial populations. Our services help identify, monitor, and manage members with greater clinical insight, using our proprietary tools that regularly take a minimum of 3-minutes per assessment.

Early detection saves lives. Encourage patients to get their preventive services.

Know the Differences

+IPE, AWV, and Routine Exams

  • The IPPE, also known as the Welcome to Medicare Preventive Visit, promotes good health through disease prevention and detection

  • We pay for 1 patient IPPE per lifetime no later than the first 12 months after the patient’s Part B benefits eligibility date

  • We pay IPPE costs if the provider accepts assignment

We cover an AWV that delivers Personalized Prevention Plan Services (PPPS) for patients who:

  • Aren’t within 12 months after the patient’s first Part B benefits eligibility date

  • Didn’t get an IPPE or AWV within the past 12 months

  • We pay AWV costs if the provider accepts assignment

  • Exam performed without relationship to treatment or diagnosis for a specific illness, symptom, complaint, or injury

  • We don’t cover a routine physical (it’s prohibited by statute), but the IPPE, AWV, or other Medicare benefits cover some routine physical elements

  • Patient pays 100% out-of-pocket

Covered Medicare Preventive Services

Our technology solutions are à la carte, so you can choose which HEDIS gap closures you would like to focus on and expand services at a later point in time, using our modern point-of-care solutions, for the following:

Treatment goals and plans for the members are based on their individual preferences, values, and goals. Strategies and techniques should be used to support members' self-management for education on problem-solving skills for all aspects of chronic care management.

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