“Insurers Think They’ve Found the Perfect Patients for Profits,” by Zachary Tracer, Bloomberg
“The turmoil around the Affordable Care Act has created heartburn for health insurers. The industry is betting that a different government program will soothe its ills. Big insurers have retreated from Obamacare’s individual market, where fighting over the future of the health law has contributed to financial losses. They’re focusing instead on Medicare Advantage, a politically popular program that’s being embraced by a growing population of older Americans.”
LTC Comment (from Stephen A. Moses, President, Center for Long-Term Care Reform):
MA continues to emerge as a model for reform.
Insurers Think They’ve Found the Perfect Patients for Profits