America's Health Insurance Plans talks about "public-private partnerships" in a a new response to "Medicare for All" bill. (Image: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)

One trade group for health insurers has dropped a broad hint that it could, possibly, be open to seeing the U.S. individual major medical market look more like the Medicare Advantage program.

That program gives private health insurers a chance to receive federal subsidies in exchange for providing health plans that serve as an alternative to traditional, government-run Medicare coverage.

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