When it comes to fixing Medicare, Jonathan Blum, deputy administrator and director for the Center of Medicare at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, wants to keep it simple. In his view, preventive care, fraud reduction and streamlining paperwork will improve Medicare, and are doing so already. Blum also addresses such Medicare myths as cutting benefits, dropping patients for preexisting conditions, and the infamous “death panels.”
Join us on Prime Time Radio as we explore some lesser-known solutions for Medicare as the Affordable Care Act officially begins taking effect.
Also of interest: Supreme Court upholds Affordable Care Act.