ACA is Good for Medicare!

March 25, 2013 at 5:23 pm Leave a comment

Misconceptions and misinformation about the Affordable Care Act are still too many to innumerate. However, as advocates for Medicare beneficiaries and a strong Medicare program, we can tell you that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is good for beneficiaries and good for the stability of a full and fair Medicare program. ACA has already added significantly to Medicare-covered preventive services – with no beneficiary cost-sharing, continues to reduce the cost of prescription drugs for people under Medicare Part D, is phasing out wasteful overpayments to private Medicare Advantage plans and added over a decade to Medicare’s long-term solvency.

Happy Anniversary, ACA. As my grandmother would say, “You should live and be well!”

Entry filed under: Access to Health Care, Affordable Care Act, Cost-sharing, Deficit Reduction, Drug Costs, Fiscal Responsibility, Health Care, Health Care Reform, Health Care Reform Repeal, Health Insurance, Judith Stein, Medicare, Public Option, Public vs. Private Health Coverage, Reform. Tags: , , , , , , .

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