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    Why Medicare Must Be Reformed

    Medicare at Risk: Visualizing the Need for Reform from The Heritage Foundation Medicare is shaping up to be a deciding factor in the debate over our nation’s future. As Heritage’s Bob Moffit and Alyene Senger explain in a recent paper, “Why Traditional Medicare Must (and Will) Be Reformed,” the status … More

    Medicare Roundup 9/17: Setting the Record Straight

    In recent weeks, liberal politicians, editorialists, and policy analysts have vigorously attacked reforming Medicare based on defined-contribution financing. In fact, this approach to reforming Medicare has a long bipartisan tradition, going back to the 1980s and Representatives Richard Gephardt (D–MO) and David Stockman (R–MI). In fact, much of this criticism … More

    Online Chat on Medicare

    How bad is Medicare’s financial condition? What will happen to taxpayers and seniors if the program is not reformed? What solutions have been proposed in Congress? Click here to join us right now for our “Lunch with Heritage” chat featuring Kate Nix. She will answer these and any other questions … More

    Medicare at Risk: Visualizing the Need for Reform

    Medicare at Risk: Visualizing the Need for Reform View more presentations from The Heritage Foundation Heritage’s new chart series, “Medicare at Risk: Visualizing the Need for Reform,” shows that, without the necessary structural reform, Medicare’s finances will have devastating consequences on the federal budget, not to mention taxpayers and seniors … More