Clinton administration proposing major changes for Medicare beneficiaries in operation of `Medigap'

March 1997
Insurance Advocate;03/15/97, Vol. 108 Issue 11, p36
Presents President Bill Clinton Administration's proposals for Medicare including proposed changes in the operation of Medicare supplemental insurance (Medigap). Includes expanded Medicare options; Comparative information; Standardized benefits; Requirement for Medigap insurers to use community rating to establish premiums.


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