Study: American Seniors Face Health Care Gaps, Despite Medicare



according to a study by the Commonwealth Fund published Wednesday in the journal Health Affairs Americans older than 65 are more likely to have chronic illnesses aim to say they struggle to afford health care despite qualifying for the federal medicare program thinner seniors in other industrialized countries the bindings which are based on phone surveys conducted in 11 industrialized countries highlight gaps and Medicare coverage that should be addressed Donald moulds one of the study's authors and executive vice president for programs at the fund said that on average beneficiaries with traditional Medicare will end up spending more than four thousand dollars per year on out-of-pocket health costs

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