Cuts to MA plans would diminish access to care, AHIP warns

02/19/2013 | Hill, The

Reduced payments to Medicare Advantage plans will harm seniors' access to care, according to AHIP. "Washington cannot tax and cut Medicare Advantage this much and not expect seniors to be harmed," AHIP President and CEO Karen Ignagni said in a statement. "These changes will disrupt coverage for Medicare Advantage beneficiaries at a time when evidence clearly demonstrates that Medicare Advantage provides higher-quality care than the fee-for-service part of Medicare."

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