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Study Disputes Perception That New Beneficiaries Are Fueling Medicare Advantage Growth
Kaiser Health NewsLink to more items from this source
Jan. 16, 2015

"The majority of people who signed up for Medicare Advantage plans in recent years were switching out of the traditional Medicare program, according to a recent study. The findings contradict the popular belief that growth in Medicare Advantage has been fueled primarily by people who choose it when they first become eligible for Medicare.... Beneficiaries in their mid- to late-60s made up the largest share of those who switched from traditional Medicare to Medicare Advantage[.]"

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