Health Insurers Bid to Take Elderly Poor Out of U.S. PlansAlex Wayne
The U.S. may save as much as $125 billion over a decade if health insurers manage care for about 9 million people now covered by Medicare because of their age and Medicaid because they’re poor, the companies have told Congress.
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