Five Ways The President’s Budget Would Change Medicare

President Barack Obama’s fiscal 2014 budget includes a variety of what he says are “manageable” changes for Medicare’s 54 million beneficiaries as well as for the hospitals, nursing homes and other health care providers that serve them. That assessment has draw
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Hospitals serving the uninsured face challenge under Obamacare

Hospitals that treat the most vulnerable patients may have the toughest time weathering spending cuts under President Obama’s health-care law. Approximately 1,500 hospitals nationwide are known as “safety net” providers because they care for a larger portion of uninsured patients than
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Auditors: Medicare Could Save Millions By Limiting Advance Payments To Insurers

Medicare could earn up to $111 million annually if it limited insurers’ ability to retain investment earnings on the billions they are paid through the prescription drug program, according to a government report out today. Continue Reading…
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