Most U.S. seniors are unaware of health reform's impact

07/28/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A majority of the senior citizens who participated in a recent nationwide survey were unaware of how the health reform law would affect their Medicaid and Medicare benefits. The National Council on Aging, which commissioned the survey, is planning a national campaign aimed at educating these citizens about health reform via town hall meetings and informational materials distributed through local agencies.

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