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The health care industry’s #1 source of timely news and business strategies about Medicare Advantage plans, product design, marketing, enrollment, market expansions, CMS audits, and countless federal initiatives in this hotly contested area of health insurance. Published biweekly since 1994 (when it was Medicare+Choice), the newsletter exists to help plans boost revenues, increase enrollees, cut costs and improve outcomes in Medicare Advantage and Medicaid managed care.
Medicare Advantage News is a biweekly 8-page newsletter that provides news and analysis of changes to the Medicare Advantage, Medicare Part D and managed Medicaid programs plus intelligence on strategies to retain enrollees and reduce costs. Each issue is packed with insight from experts on:
With a period of tremendous uncertainty ahead, there are great risks – and terrific opportunities – for health plans and their partners. Medicare Advantage News can help you identify and reduce these risks...and transform major changes into winning business strategies. Medicare Advantage News is a reliable source of competitive intelligence, with the latest news and data on:
Medicare Advantage News has been published by AIS since 1994. A one-year subscription includes:
Managing Editor James H. Gutman has overseen Medicare Advantage News since 2002, and also edits and helps develop other health business publications in AIS’s product line. Jim has more than 30 years of experience in business journalism, and has covered managed care for nearly two decades.
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