New Infographic from Joppel Shares "Medicare Facts You Should Know"

May 2013
Insurance Broadcasting;5/30/2013, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses various facts related to Medicare insurance as per infographic released by online resource Joppel of HealthCompare Insurance Services Inc. Various chronic conditions which are found in Medicare beneficiaries are mentioned including arthritis, high blood pressure and heart diseases. Increase in the number of seniors joining Medicare Advantage Plan is also mentioned.


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