Congress and the President are trying to "fix" Medicare by cutting benefits to Seniors or raising the Medicare eligibility age. This book explains that Medicare needs to be fixed by cutting payments to insurers, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, and other companies which make huge profits from it.
Medicare is known as an entitlement for the nation’s seniors. It is also the largest entitlement-based program for any business sector in the US economy. Its beneficiaries include hospitals, doctors, drug companies, device manufacturers, Wall Street investment banks, private equity firms, hedge funds, and others that rely on the $600 billion that Medicare spends a year.
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