SPOTLIGHT: New rules would limit Medicare marketing

Federal regulators have proposed new rules that would set limits on the marketing of private Medicare health plans. The rules would ban unsolicited sales visits and phone calls to beneficiaries, regulate commissions to sales agents and increase insurer fines. Article

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