There are several ways that the new health law will trim Medicare over the next 10 years. A reduction in payments to the Medicare Advantage plans that about a quarter of Medicare beneficiaries belong to will mean a savings of $136 billion over 10 years. Some plans will likely shut down entirely, while others may no longer offer some of the extras, like gym memberships or vision and dental coverage.
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