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The Official Medicare Set Aside Blog And Information Resource: New York Medicare Advantage Update
But that left arguments about federal preemption. Plaintiffs argued that their claims arise under state contract law and the NY anti-subrogation statute, not under the Medicare Act. The Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution clearly states that where a state statute conflicts with, or frustrates, federal law, the former must give way. Furthermore, the Medicare Act contains a very broad, express preemption clause. Lastly, the Medicare Advantage secondary payer statute itself states that MA organizations may charge primary payers “[n]otwithstanding any other provision of law.” 42 U.S.C. § 1395w-22(a)(4). Whether the 3rd Circuit is correct and the MAO has a private cause of action under the MSP or not is immaterial to the question of whether the NY state statute is preempted. Plaintiffs must first exhaust all administrative remedies available under the Medicare Act before seeking redress in court.
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Obamacare Means a Mandate For More Inflation and a Higher Gold Price :
According to the US Senate Budget Committee, the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) will cost the US federal government an additional $17 trillion dollars (+$17,000,000,000,000.00) in health care spending over the next seventy-five (75) years. This $17 trillion will be added to all the other health care spending—i.e., $38 trillion for Medicare; $20 trillion for Medicaid; and $7 trillion for Social Security—to make a grand total of $82 trillion dollars (82,000,000,000,000.00). Very concerning, indeed.
Complaints about Medicare Advantage Mount…While Congress Contemplates Slashing Fees Traditional Medicare Pays Docs
Some private insurers are suffering, the Times pointed out, because “corporate customers are cutting back on the medical coverage they give employees.” So insurers need taxpayer dollars to keep their bottom line strong. “Humana is transforming itself into a big-time government contractor. It will get almost three-fourths of its projected $1.28 billion in pretax profit this year from Medicare, mainly from the Advantage program,” the Times reported, “while UnitedHealth, the industry giant, draws about 15 percent of this year’s projected pretax profit of $7.48 billion from Medicare.” One in five of the nation’s 43 million Medicare enrollees is now in the Medicare Advantage program and by 2009 “government spending on Medicare Advantage is projected to exceed $100 billion annually.”
Aetna Announces Lifetime Renewals on Medicare Advantage and PDP Policies
Actually, I have had many stay on for over 7 years. But, I also think that there are variables involved like 1) the stability of your market – my markets Los Angeles Cty and San Antonio, Tex have both been high capitation markets, making them stable with their benefits and not leaving the service area high and dry. 2) the stability of the companies that you place your business with- I put a lot of my SoCal ppl with Caremore (which has always given away the store with benefits) and SCAN, which had held unique status for many years as a "social HMO". The Secure Horizons mbs from the 2004-2005 enrollment period have long since scattered. I’m down to about 4 of those. In my current market (San Antonio), there are ONLY 4 players. Secure Horizons is very dominant because it gets a ton of support from its powerful medical groups. They have excellent retention because the medical groups help so much. Most of my SH business would still be on SH if I hadn’t switched them years ago. Humana is constantly cutting down the docs’ capitations and making the referral process tougher. As a result, it’s getting harder to retain those members as doctors drop Humana left and right. Aetna is really investing $$ and effort in the Texas markets. I like them a lot at this point. They recently added Hermann Memorial in Houston- a big coup. 3) the importance of serving your customer base (goes without saying) If a company only pays for 6 years, it would be much harder to ask a client to switch simply because they will have been on a plan for too long and will not change because they don’t like to switch plans. It’s a trait that all ppl have, but espec the elderly. Then again, anything could happen with Medicare Advantage. But I’d rather sell for one that offers lifetime renewals than 6 years "just in case".
Former Oxford Tax Collector’s Pension to be Revoked
Moreover, a pension is earned by persons that act in good faith in their public position, not those that use position of public trust as a personal slush fund. I believe that if Karen Guillet pleads guilty and wants a reduced sentence, she needs to restore the funds she stole to the public as a condition of probation (which is probably not possible) but, at a minimum, give up her pension. The public would have taken care of her with a pension on retirement for her years of service if she simply had waited patiently for that retirement …. but she opted to betray that trust … and therefore, a revocation of that pension appears warranted.