The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, after originally calling for reducing Medicare...


The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, after originally calling for reducing Medicare Advantage payments in February, seem to have reversed course, now projecting that combined growth in Medicare Advantage rates and fee-for-service rates will be 3.3%. Though it's unclear precisely what that may mean for health insurers, the markets are taking it as a positive: HUM +9%, AET +2.3%, WCG +4.1%, UNH +4% AH.

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  • J 457
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    Criminals across the board.
    1 Apr 2013, 06:39 PM Reply Like
  • HPBunker
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    Ah yes, more Medicare spending. What's not to love? Meanwhile, we slash R & D and education funding. Time for a maximum voting age (65 sounds good), before spending on the elderly reaches 100% of the federal budget.
    1 Apr 2013, 07:19 PM Reply Like
  • OMGobamamustgo
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    Well good my rates will go down then right?

     

    This insurance for all scam must be good for some. Not me family of 4 about 1300 per month and re-up in June. I'm 39 my wife is younger and we have teenage kids. We're does it end? We can't afford this now, what to do?
    2 Apr 2013, 01:56 AM Reply Like
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