Private Fee-For-Service Plans In Medicare: Rapid Growth and Future Implications
Kaiser Family Foundation Vice President Patricia Neuman, Ph.D., testified May 2007 before the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Health on the rapid growth of private fee-for-service plans in the Medicare program and its implications for seniors and people with disabilities. Dr. Neuman is director of the Foundation’s Medicare Policy Project.
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