Average MA Star Ratings Fall; United, Anthem See Big Drops

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this article indicated that the star ratings released on Oct. 8 were for the 2022 plan year, but they were in fact for the 2021 plan year. This version has been corrected.  

Star ratings for Medicare Advantage plans declined across the board for 2021, signaling an overall drop of around 5.5% in the number of members enrolled in contracts with 4 or more stars, according to an analysis of MA data.

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