Cut By A Medicare Hmo?Keith Hammonds
So much for the Medicare managed-care honeymoon. Come Jan. 1, more than 400,000 elderly Americans will get the boot from their health maintenance organization. This mass abandonment is a function of stark economics: Many Medicare HMOs simply aren't making money. It's also about politics--insurers want Congress to change the rules in their favor.
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