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Medicare Advantage Funding Cuts and the impact on Beneficiary Value

by Milliman
Better Medicare Alliance
Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Medicare Advantage beneficiaries are on average paying more for less as a result of federal payment rate cuts implemented each plan year from 2012-2015. Medicare Advantage enrollees who need the most care have seen their maximum annual out-of-pocket costs increase by up to $761 since 2012. While seniors and people with disabilities in 211 U.S. counties now have no access to Medicare Advantage general enrollment plans. To read the full report, see here.