PMNCPeripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells
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Figures 2 and 3 show health plan risk scores for each of the 10 quarterly risk assessments used to risk adjust capitation payments from January 2000-June 2002 for the PMAP and PMNC programs (Table 3 contains source data).
1097, the average risk of the PMAP population, across participating health plans, was approximately 11 percent higher than the combined FFS State FY 1996 PMAP/ PMNC MA population (Figure 1).
Because the combined PMAP/PMNC set of ACG weights were used to calculate health plan risk scores for health plans participating in these prepaid programs, and because the PMNC has a higher eligibility income threshold, we expected it to have lower risk relative to the PMAP population.