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Health insurance giant Humana Inc. has won federal approval for its 2011 Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plan offerings, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Although specific details about the plans will not be released until Oct. 1, Humana released the following statements about its planned Medicare offerings:

• Statewide prescription drug plans will be offered in 50 states, the District Read the rest of this entry »

WASHINGTON?Two property/casualty insurance industry groups and a self-insurance group asked the U.S. government Friday to delay implementation of mandatory Medicare secondary payer reporting requirements.

The requirements that are to go into effect April 1 are designed to ensure that Medicare remains the secondary payer when a Medicare beneficiary has medical expenses that fall under the primary responsibility of liability insurance?including 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 »

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 »

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 »