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Breaux/Frist FFS Premium Increase Would Be 25% With Cap Change - HCFA

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The Breaux/Frist Medicare reform plan would result in a 25% increase in fee-for-service premiums in 2003, assuming the plan's premium cap reflects the current market trend, the Health Care Financing Administration estimates.

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