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The Department of Health and Human Services recently drew fierce rebuke from government auditors for its plan to earmark more than $8.3 billion in 2013 to Medicare Advantage plans that were previously scheduled to have massive funding cuts. The money would be paid out as “demonstration project bonus payments” to Medicare Advantage insurers in 2013, which likely would result in the MA plans being able to keep benefits to beneficiaries at the current levels, or even improved in some cases. 

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