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New Medicare and Medicaid Data Released: Featuring Up-To-Date Enrollment Trends, State Initiatives, Regional Market Share and Prescription Drug Benefits
Date:4/21/2008

WASHINGTON, April 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Atlantic Information Services, Inc. (AIS), publisher of industry-leading newsletters Health Plan Week, Medicare Advantage News and Drug Benefit News is pleased to announce publication of "Managed Medicare and Medicaid Factbook: 2008." With close to 9 million Medicare enrollees and almost 30 million Medicaid recipients enrolled in managed care plans, it's critical for health plans and other companies with a stake in this market place have up-to-date enrollment on all Medicare Advantage plans. For detailed information on this publication, go to http://www.aishealth.com/Products/gfb.html.

Available in print and CD formats, the "Managed Medicare and Medicaid Factbook: 2008" is packed with rates, benefit designs, directories, trends and strategies on the Medicare Advantage program, Medicare Part D and managed Medicaid.

Medicare & Medicaid Factbook Data Can Help Companies:

-- Accurately forecast trends to develop more profitable bids in the future

-- Proactively minimize the blow caused by Medicare Advantage (MA) program cuts

-- Sustain growth and expand enrollment in MA prescription drug (MA-PD) plans and standalone Prescription Drug Plans (PDPs)

-- Plan market moves into managed Medicaid

-- Track trends and market share stats in Medicare managed care and MA

This new 2008 edition of the "Managed Medicare and Medicaid Factbook" includes valuable information on enrollment trends, Medicare Advantage plan marketing, regional offerings and market share, state initiatives in Medicaid, prescription drug benefits, and mergers and acquisitions. Visit http://www.aishealth.com/Products/gfb.html to see the complete table of contents.

CD Version Allows Companies to Perform Quick Searches and Manipulate Data

-- CMS data in Excel spreadsheets, so you can see -- and manipulate -- the data in its raw form

-- Historical data of Medicare and Medicaid managed care plans

-- A directory of Special Needs Plans

-- Information about Part D participants with benefit structure and enrollment data

-- Mailing lists

-- A complete user-friendly PDF version of the book for fast searching

For more information on AIS's "Managed Medicare and Medicaid Factbook: 2008" go to http://www.aishealth.com/Products/gfb.html.

About AIS

AIS develops highly targeted news, data and strategies for managers in hospitals, health plans, medical group practices, pharmaceutical companies and other health care organizations. Learn more at http://www.AISHealth.com.


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