Source: Insurers, Senate discuss saving $100B in Medicare costs

07/13/2009 | Reuters

The Senate Finance Committee and U.S. health insurance firms are discussing proposals that could help the government save $100 billion in Medicare costs over 10 years, according to a source familiar with the discussion. The Senate panel and insurers are focusing their talks on subsidies for those who get Medicare coverage through private Medicare Advantage plans.

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