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- Views On The 50th Anniversary Of Medicare And Medicaid
- Health Law Experiment Failed To Show Savings
- Viewpoints: Jeb Bush’s Confusing Statements On Medicare; The Clash Over Fetal Tissue
- The Facts on Medicare Spending and Financing
- To Switch or Be Switched: Examining Changes in Drug Plan Enrollment among Medicare Part D Low-Income Subsidy Enrollees
- Medicare And Medicaid At 50
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.