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Breaux/Frist Medicare Plan Needs To Encourage Use Of Private Plans - Lilly

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Stronger incentives should be included in the Breaux/Frist Medicare reform plan to move seniors out of the traditional fee-for-service system and into private plans, Lilly Senior VP-Corporate Strategy & Policy Mitchell Daniels told a Senate Special Committee on Aging hearing Feb. 8.

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