Cooperwise Wrote:
Sep 14, 2012 5:13 AM
(1) "nothing would apply to those 55 or over" How is this relevant? (2)" the plan would be optional even after that" Healthier > 65's may be able to get insurance for a flat $$ amount. Not to mention the average cost of those who remain in traditional Medicare would increase. Sick elders, or those with pre-existing conditions will never get insurance with a fixed sum voucher Thus healthier elder leave the new "Medicare" leaving only the expensive, presto Medicare quickly folds. Great idea!