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Medicare Advantage: October surprise?

You remember the $500 billion Obama claimed would be “saved” from Medicare to help “pay for” the ObamaCare law? Well, what that amounted to was slashing subsidies (i.e. reimbursement rates) for a popular supplementary program known as Medicare Advantage. Problem: doing so will effect 12 million seniors.  Problem exacerbated: Seniors, who resist change especially to [...]
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