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The top priorities of Medicare enrollees include navigating Part B and affording medications, according to a new report.
Some doctors and advocates for patients fear CMS' proposal could be a disaster.
How can patients make sure they're not overpaying for prescription drugs? It's as simple as asking their pharmacist.
Three health advocacy groups are calling out CMS for improperly "mischaracterizing" Medicare Advantage plan benefits in educational documents.
Medicare beneficiaries find enrollment in some of its programs confusing and may struggle with affordability, according to a new report.
Some Medicare beneficiaries are now eligible for therapy indefinitely—just one of the important changes Congress has made.
Advocacy groups have some concrete recommendations as CMS looks to refine its efforts to promote value-based care.
From Kaiser Health News: Under a new federal law, hospitals across the country must now alert Medicare patients when they are getting observation care and why they were not admitted—even if they stay in the hospital a few nights.