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VIDEO: Joseph Antos, PhD, Talks About Current Challenges Facing Medicare Reform

Joseph Antos, PhD, Wilson H. Taylor Scholar in Healthcare and Retirement Policy, American Enterprise Institute, says people need to accept and understand that Medicare will not pay for all healthcare expenses after the age of 65. It is necessary to realistically look at other payment alternatives.
Joseph Antos, PhD, Wilson H. Taylor Scholar in Healthcare and Retirement Policy, American Enterprise Institute, says people need to accept and understand that Medicare will not pay for all healthcare expenses after the age of 65. It is necessary to realistically look at other payment alternatives.

This video was taken on September 10 at AHIP's 2012 Medicare and Medicaid Conference in Washington, DC.



 
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