By Donna O. Farley, Barbara O. Wynn

This document provides the result of that evaluation. It describes the supplemental health and wellbeing merits innovations to be had to Medicare beneficiaries within the demonstration websites, reports the theoretical literature on chance choice, and develops hypotheses relating to possibility choice that may be established within the review of the demonstration. It additionally indicates analytic equipment for measuring choice and estimating the level to which it can happen for enrollments within the FEHBP demonstration. The equipment are designed to estimate (1) the level to which hostile choice happens in Medicare supplemental assurance enrollments for the DoD FEHBP demonstration, and (2) how a lot influence choice has on DoD overall healthiness care expenses for Medicare-eligible beneficiaries.

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