Becker's Healthcare September 29, 2022
Rylee Wilson

Medicare Advantage premiums will decrease for 2023, CMS said Sept. 29, continuing a trend in slight cost reductions for next year across Medicare services. 

The average monthly Medicare Advantage premium is projected to be $18 for 2023, down from $19.52 in 2022, according to a news release. 

Premiums are also set to decrease for Medicare Part B, largely driven by lower-than-expected spending on the new Alzheimer’s drug Aduhelm. These premiums are expected to be...

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