Throughout this 2020 election cycle, Americans are hearing a whole lot about health care. Candidates are primarily discussing things they want to change. President Donald Trump, for example, wants to roll back more of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), while Democrats are offering plans ranging from an upgraded ACA to Medicare for All.
But what about the parts of health care that are working? What do candidates intend to defend? We fear these equally important priorities risk being overlooked—and that could be bad for seniors.
A key issue for more than 22 million older and disabled Americans is Medicare Advantage. This program allows…
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