Private Medicare plans' cost questioned
New York Times, February 28, 2008
Although many private Medicare plans advertise extra benefits and low costs, the Government Accountability Office is issuing a report saying that many people in private plans face higher costs for home healthcare, nursing homes and some hospital stays. About one-fifth of the 44 million Medicare beneficiaries are in private plans, known as Medicare Advantage plans.
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