AHA May 13, 2022

Last year, 42% of all Medicare beneficiaries received benefits through private Medicare Advantage plans, with enrollment in these plans growing by nearly 10% annually. There are concerns, however, that health insurer efforts to restrict access are resulting in the erosion of coverage and patient access. An alarming report from the Department of Health and Human Services Office...

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