Medicare Changes Coming When Ron Wyden Takes Over Top Senate Finance Post
Medicare changes that would overhaul the way the national health care program cares for seniors with chronic conditions highlight a Medicare reform bill introduced this week by Oregon Democratic Senator Ron Wyden. Wyden, who has long been an advocate for changes to the Medicare program, is about to become an advocate for Medicare reform with tremendous power. The Washington Post reports that Wyden is expected to take over the chair of the important Senate Finance Committee next month, following the retirement of current chair, Montana Democrat Max Baucus, who is expected to become U.S. ambassador to China. Read more…
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