GAO: White House let some private insurers limit Medicare choices

09/28/2004 | NYTimes.com

Investigators from the Government Accountability Office yesterday released a study saying the Bush administration had allowed some insurers to cap provider choices and had not saved money for the U.S. government. CMS administrator Mark B. McClellan says private plans are an "attractive option" for beneficiaries and would save money and provide better coverage for their enrollees.

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