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Doctors Lean Toward ‘Medicare For Some’

National groups want to expand Medicare though not via a single payer version for “All.”

Big Doctor Group Supports Medicare And Medicaid ‘Buy Ins’

The American College of Physicians is supporting Medicare and Medicaid “buy in” proposals emerging in Congress and in several states across the country.

Rite Aid’s PBM Has New CEO Amid Speculation About Its Future

Rite Aid hired a new CEO for its pharmacy benefit manager EnvisionRxOptions amid speculation about the PBM’s future.

Baby Boomers To Push U.S. Health Spending To $6 Trillion By 2027

U.S. health spending is projected to grow 5.5% a year from 2018 to 2027, reaching nearly $6 trillion, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Office of the Actuary said.

Medicare At 50 Act Targets Early Retirees

The Medicare at 50 Act targets Americans who are nearing retirement or are forced to retire early due to layoffs, Democratic Senators said.

Blue Cross Plans Launch Food Delivery To Address Social Determinants

Blue Cross Blue Shield plans in Illinois and Texas are launching a food delivery service to help consumers access healthy meals in “food deserts” located in Chicago and Dallas.

In Medicare For All Battle, Insurers Tout Democratic Allies

The health insurance industry is touting bipartisan Congressional support of private Medicare Advantage as some Democrats tout a single-payer version of Medicare for All.

Humana-Walgreens Clinic Venture Boosts Medicare Enrollment

Humana’s joint venture with Walgreens is helping boost the health insurer’s enrollment in Medicare Advantage, the fast-growing coverage for U.S. seniors.

Cigna Eclipses 50% In Value-Based Care Pay To Providers

Cigna says it’s paying more than half of its commercial and Medicare reimbursements to medical care providers in its top 40 markets via value-based models.

As Democrats Talk Single Payer, Private Medicare Advantage Soars

Health insurers are reporting unprecedented growth among seniors choosing private Medicare Advantage plans amid talk of a single payer approach that could uproot such coverage.

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