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What ever gave you that idea. With Medicare you have the cost of government administration who then subs it out to an insurance company who has it's normal administration costs.
Posted by concerned75
Newsflash: ALL programs have administrative costs, and Medicare is no exception, but last I heard, it isn't infested by CEOs with obscene golden parachutes who make millions a year. Where do you think that money comes from?
Posted by Quackers
CEO pay and perks are a widespread problem particularly with BIG companies and among those with little real competition like health insurers. The fact is that government workers have more and better perks and pensions thaN most . A lot of that 'overhead" doesn't show.
Posted by krlklar
We seem to be discussing in past time. is like we are gathering opinions after the fact, Monday night quarter backing?
What I am interested is to know what is going to happen now in Florida for example.
How is that going to affect one of the States that has more retired seniors per capita.
What is going to happen to any of the Medicare Advantage programs. Is Medicare going to become more expensive to us.?
Will we Medicare recipients have to look into the exchanges?