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The government isn’t expending much effort on signups for coverage under the Affordable Care Act, but the same can’t be said for its e-mails urging seniors to sign up for private Medicare Advantage plans.
The New York Times reports that enrollment is substantially up in the latter plans, from 28 percent of the 60 million Medicare beneficiaries five years ago to nearly 37 percent this year—according to administration predictions.
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