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Thankfully for NewYork-Presbyterian patients, the hospital reached an agreement that will allow patients with Aetna coverage to continue to be covered when treated by that hospital's physicians. 

But this is something that those covered by Medicare don't have to worry about.

That is one reason why Medicare Advantage is not a good idea. It's also why Senator Bernie Sanders' long-ignored proposal of Medicare-for-all is a good idea.

Richard Warren


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  • reenjoe

    I've noticed that many of the retirees now writing in opposition to the illegal switch to Medicare Advantage were writing critical letters a few years back about Medicare-for-all. It seems the conservative approach to government services is Medicare-for-me!

    Wednesday, April 3 Report this