Analyzes how three options for reforming Medicare supplemental insurance policies that help cover cost-sharing requirements would affect Medicare spending and beneficiary spending by income level, health status, and inpatient hospital utilization.
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Title: Medigap Reforms: Potential Effects of Benefit Restrictions on Medicare Spending and Beneficiary Costs
Publication date 2011-07-20
Publication Year 2011
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
North America / United States
, cost sharing
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