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The MCBS 2019 public use file (MCBS 2019 PUF) is a publicly available file prepared from data collected in the MCBS in 2019 and 2020 of Medicare beneficiaries enrolled in Medicare in 2019. The MCBS is a continuous, in-person, longitudinal survey of a representative national sample of the Medicare population. The MCBS 2019 PUF is prepared from data collected from 14,167 community-dwelling Medicare beneficiaries representing a population of 58 million. The PUF contains standard demographic variables, such as age categories, race/ethnicity, and sex, as well as information about health conditions, access to and satisfaction with care, type of insurance coverage, and healthcare utilization.

The MCBS 2019 PUF is available free for download at: MCBS Public Use File Downloadable.Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has sent this CMS Data Navigator Update. To contact Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) go to our contact us page.


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