Obamacare: The Return of the HMOs
I wrote last week about the "magic pot of money" that everyone thought they had found to fund the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act -- money that didn't harm patients or anger important interest groups. One of those magic pots was Medicare Advantage overpayments; it costs more to provide Medicare Advantage (in which Medicare money is used to purchase a private insurance policy) than it does to run patients through traditional Medicare.
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