Healio (8/23, Bagha) reports that according to the recent 2022 Medicare Advantage Study undertaken by J.D. Power “between May and July and…based on the responses of 3,094 Medicare Advantage plan members across the” US, “overall customer satisfaction with Medicare Advantage plans has increased, yet a majority of plan members say they do not have enough coverage for mental health and substance use disorder services.” The poll revealed that “just 38% of Medicare Advantage plan members believed they have sufficient coverage for mental health treatment, down from 39% a year ago, while only 27% of polled members agreed there was enough coverage for substance use disorder services.” The poll’s findings were disclosed in an Aug. 18 press release from J.D. Power.  (SOURCE: APA Headlines)