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Raising Medicare’s Eligibility Age: With and Without the ACA

The National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare Foundation released a new study showing the dramatic impact of raising Medicare’s eligibility age from 65 to 67—assessing results on the rates of seniors who will be uninsured if the ACA stays in place and if it is repealed. The study was guided by the Foundation’s Task Force on America’s Health and Retirement Security, chaired by Marilyn Moon and led by Principal Investigators, Peter Arno and Carroll Estes.

February 9th, 2017|

COVERED: Johnson Signs Historic Medicare Bill Assuring Health Coverage for Seniors

Throughout 2015, the Academy is working with partners to create a platform for dialogue around the history and future of these two vital programs, including this weekly Covered blog series. Covered is written by Bob Rosenblatt, a Senior Fellow at the National Academy of Social Insurance and editor of the website HelpWithAgingLearn more about the Academy’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid.


Johnson Signs Historic Medicare Bill Assuring Health Coverage for Seniors

July 30th, 2015|

COVERED: Medicare Conferees Tackle Last Hurdle and Referee Fight Among Docs

Throughout 2015, the Academy is working with partners to create a platform for dialogue around the history and future of these two vital programs, including this weekly Covered blog series. Covered is written by Bob Rosenblatt, a Senior Fellow at the National Academy of Social Insurance and editor of the website HelpWithAgingLearn more about the Academy’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid.


Medicare Conferees Tackle Last Hurdle and Referee Fight Among Docs

July 24th, 2015|
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