Health policy experts say some provisions in the executive order on Medicare signed last week by President Donald Trump could increase costs for seniors and potentially lead to surprise medical bills. At issue are plans to remove barriers to private contracting deals among physicians and patients outside of Medicare and to loosen rules governing beneficiaries who want to opt out of Medicare Part A.
Some provisions in Medicare executive order cause concern
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