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President Barack Obama’s budget chief isn’t sugarcoating his message to health insurance executives: the Medicare Advantage party is over.

White House Budget Director Peter Orszag says the government will no longer overpay companies that offer Medicare Advantage plans, the privately run portion of the government health program for seniors.

Orszag has told executives at a conference that the government spends about $1.30 for each Read the rest of this entry »

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President Barack Obama’s budget chief isn’t sugarcoating his message to health insurance executives: the Medicare Advantage party is over.

White House Budget Director Peter Orszag says the government will no longer overpay companies that offer Medicare Advantage plans, the privately run portion of the government health program for seniors.

Orszag has told executives at a conference that the government spends about $1.30 for each Read the rest of this entry »

President Barack Obama’s budget chief isn’t sugarcoating his message to health insurance executives: the Medicare Advantage party is over.

White House Budget Director Peter Orszag says the government will no longer overpay companies that offer Medicare Advantage plans, the privately run portion of the government health program for seniors.

Orszag has told executives at a conference that the government spends about $1.30 for each Read the rest of this entry »

President Barack Obama’s budget chief isn’t sugarcoating his message to health insurance executives: the Medicare Advantage party is over.

White House Budget Director Peter Orszag says the government will no longer overpay companies that offer Medicare Advantage plans, the privately run portion of the government health program for seniors.

Orszag has told executives at a conference that the government spends about $1.30 for each Read the rest of this entry »

President Barack Obama’s budget chief isn’t sugarcoating his message to health insurance executives: the Medicare Advantage party is over.

White House Budget Director Peter Orszag says the government will no longer overpay companies that offer Medicare Advantage plans, the privately run portion of the government health program for seniors.

Orszag has told executives at a conference that the government spends about $1.30 for each Read the rest of this entry »

With all of the various channels for buying insurance these days, insurance agents have a lot of competition. Are insurance agents slowly being phased out by other methods of purchasing insurance? A new JD Power and Associates report sheds some interesting light on the matter.

• About 55 percent of all new auto insurance policies are sold by insurance agents

• There was a 5 percent increase this past year in customers requesting Read the rest of this entry »

President Barack Obama’s budget chief isn’t sugarcoating his message to health insurance executives: the Medicare Advantage party is over.

White House Budget Director Peter Orszag says the government will no longer overpay companies that offer Medicare Advantage plans, the privately run portion of the government health program for seniors.

Orszag has told executives at a conference that the government spends about $1.30 for each Read the rest of this entry »