The AARP insists the $460 billion in health care cuts aren’t really cuts, but savings for improving health care delivery, getting rid of waste and other system inefficiencies, and also getting a firm grip on fraud and health care abuse. How non-partisan is the AARP when it is actually a Medicare supplement insurance company that would stand to make money with massive Medicare cuts?
No matter what, seniors still need to know what is available for them with regard to Medicare. There are many significant changes coming in 2010 and now is the time to check out what those changes will be.
Don’t wait until the open enrollment period ends at the end of the month. Act now to find out how the new changes will affect your health insurance coverage.
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