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Medicare’s finances are looking brighter than expected, according to a report released this week. Medicare’s improved finances are due to a slowdown in healthcare costs.

It is uncertain whether the health-spending slowdown is "the result of a sluggish economy or represents a dividend from President Obama's health care law, and more recent Medicare cuts by Congress." Private insurers are also shifting more costs to patients.

Medicare’s Part B monthly premium for outpatient care is expected to remain unchanged for next year, at $104.90, with average premiums for prescription coverage increasing by less than $2 a month.

Source: http://www.bostonglobe.com/news/nation/2014/07/28/social-security-medicare-trust-funds-projected-solvent-for-years/vALsw8bcH1TOtSlRsiKf5N/story.html


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