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Auditors: feds failed to rein in billions in over-billing by Medicare Advantage

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Yet another whistleblower alleges Medicare Advantage fraud

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Some Medicare Advantage plans overcharged the government by billions of dollars and got away with it

By Fred Schulte

How to reduce the absurd amount of money Americans spend on health care? One community at a time

By Wendell Potter

Proposed bill would limit HUD mortgage insurance to 'quality' nursing homes

By Jeff Kelly Lowenstein

Presidential candidates in fantasy land over health care

By Wendell Potter

Insurers using lobbying muscle, campaign cash to push mergers

By Wendell Potter

White House wants more aggressive effort on Medicare, Medicaid billing errors

By Fred Schulte

Insurers say private Medicare plans are better, but we really don't know

By Wendell Potter

GAO to review accuracy of nursing home ratings

By William Gray

Merger of health insurers usually leads to big payday for executives

By Wendell Potter

Health insurers working the system to pad their profits

By Wendell Potter

Medicare Advantage plans padded charges on home visits, whistleblower says

By Fred Schulte

Candidates without a clue

By Wendell Potter

Obamacare research institute plans to spend $3.5 billion, but critics question its worth

By Fred Schulte

Privatizing Medicare would create more problems than it solves

By Wendell Potter

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