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- Viewpoints: Examining Medicare And Medicaid At 50; The Push To Defund Planned Parenthood And The Abortion Debate
- Hospitals Get Behind Bill Notifying Patients About Medicare ‘Observation Care’
- Sanders Advocates Single-Payer System As He Celebrates Medicare’s Anniversary
- State Demonstration Proposals to Integrate Care and Align Financing and/or Administration for Dual Eligible Beneficiaries
- Medicare and Medicaid at 50 Years: Perspectives of Beneficiaries, Health Care Professionals and Institutions, and Policy Makers
- Medicaid and Medicare at 50: Trends and Challenges
Enrollment in Medicare Advantage continues to climb steadily, even as spending reductions enacted in the Affordable Care Act reduce historical overpayments to the private plans. Almost one in three (31 percent) people on Medicare, or 16.8 million beneficiaries, were enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan in March 2015 – up by more than one million beneficiaries from 2014.