What Should Be Done About Medicare?


National Center for Policy Analysis
RECESS STAFF BRIEFING

 

What Should Be Done About Medicare? 

Is it really true that the Democrats have no plan?

Would the House Republican plan end the program as we know it?

Are the other plans worth considering?

Is there a way to turn Medicare into a funded program—so that each generation pays its own way?

Tuesday, June 28, 2011
9:00-10:00am
B-354 Rayburn
Washington, D.C.

Light Breakfast Served

What You Will Learn At This Briefing

  • How much will people at different ages pay in?
  • What will they get back?
  • How does the Affordable Care Act affect current seniors? What about future retirees?
  • Is Medicare more efficient than private insurance? Or is the reverse true?
  • Can Medicare lead the way on innovative health reform? Or must it be a follower?

Featuring:

Thomas R. Saving
Former Public Trustee, Social Security and Medicare
Director, Private Enterprise Research Center
Professor of Economics, Texas A&M University
NCPA Senior Fellow

John C. Goodman
President and CEO
Kellye Wright Fellow
National Center for Policy Analysis

 

For more information or to RSVP, please contact Carolyn Needham.
Phone: (202) 220-3195 — E-Mail: Carolyn.Needham@ncpa.org

 

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