Improved quality scores reported across Medicare Advantage health plans
CareMore Medicare Advantage health plans earned high Medicare Star Quality scores for 2017, with each of its plans earning four Stars or more, according to data released by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Last year, 70% of its patients were in greater than four-star plans, compared with 100% this year
“I am extremely proud of this significant growth in Star Quality Ratings in our plans,” said Sachin H. Jain, President, of CareMore Health System. “We work tirelessly to meet and exceed the medical, social and personal health needs of our patients; and, this recognition represents the commitment that the entire CareMore team has to providing patients with stellar care and service, and putting them at the center of all we do.”
The organization is reporting an increase in quality ratings in all four of its Medicare Advantage plans: California (increase from 4 Stars to 4.5 Stars); Arizona (increase from 3.5 Stars to 4 Stars); Nevada (increase from 3.5 Stars to 4 Stars); and Virginia (consistent at 4.5 Stars).