Is your Medicare plan giving you the best deal? It’s a tricky question since seniors have no tools to easily determine if their plan has the best price or coverage compared to others. There’s also a lack of transparency in health plans,...
Is your Medicare plan giving you the best deal? It’s a tricky question since seniors have no tools to easily determine if their plan has the best price or coverage compared to others.
There’s also a lack of transparency in health plans, particularly with third-party endorsed plans, like those sponsored by AARP. If any organization has a financial incentive to sell a health plan, is that plan in the best interest of the consumer? Or the sponsor who gets a kickback?
Hosts Terry and Dr. Bob unpack that question, and also bring on John Grant, President and Executive Director of Seniors Across America. He shares why now more than ever, seniors need access to accessible, affordable, and transparent care.
And Seniors Rising Now has launched to advocate for critical health care policies! Visit the website and take the pledge to support increased transparency and fairness in Medicare plans.
Dr. Robert Goldberg, “Dr. Bob,” Co-Founder and Vice President of the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest
Kate Pecora, Field Correspondent
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