Future of Medicare
Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) talked about his bill that would modify how Medicare operates to make the program fiscally sustainable. The legislation would set a maximum limit on seniors' out-of-pocket medical expenses under Medicare Parts A and B and would offer federal subsidies to pay for private insurance plans directly competing with traditional Medicare fee-for-service plans. close
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Tom Coburn M.D. U.S. Senator [R] Oklahoma
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House Debate on Medicare
Members debated proposed changes to Medicare.
Panelists talked about possible Medicare reforms. Topics included premium adjustments according to income, increasing the role of…
Medicare Part C
Tom Scully and Bruce Vladeck talked about how Medicare Part C operates and the impact that health care legislation may have on it. Part C…
Medicare Part D
President Bush participated in a meeting about Medicare Part D.