Congress weighs Medicare Advantage funding

03/22/2007 | Washington Times, The

Congress is evaluating how much the government pays insurance companies to provide health services beyond traditional care. Plans that offer Medicare Advantage services, such as prescription drug coverage and eye exams, receive more money than other plans, and the Congressional Budget Office estimates that cutting payments to the Medicare Advantage program could save $65 billion over five years.

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