Medicare Advantage plans are attracting consumers, while the insurance companies turn over huge profits. Do these plans really help us, the consumers, as they claim, or is their real purpose to deceive? If a person gets ill, often times Medicare Advantage plans do not protect enrollees from high fees or worse, from not being covered for a procedure.
There simply is too much at stake with respect to our health and our healthcare. We need to know the facts, both pros and cons, before making a decision on Medicare Advantage plans.
This New York Times article focuses on a couple from Denver and their problems with Medicare Advantage.
Medicare’s Private Option Is Gaining Popularity, and Critics by Mark Miller, New York Times
Medicare’s Private Option Is Gaining Popularity, and Critics by Mark Miller, New York Times, pdf
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