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125628| 12.07.17 | GOP’s 2018 goal: Cut Medicare, Medicaid

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      December 07, 2017

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      >Paul Ryan says GOP aiming to cut Medicare, Medicaid spending

      In further proof that Republicans are not giving up their push to enact major changes to healthcare policy, House Speaker Paul Ryan has signaled that the party will focus on cutting Medicare and Medicaid spending next year. But while Ryan contends that entitlement reform was the logical next step after passing a tax bill that reduces revenue, Democrats don’t see it that way.

      This week's sponsor is HMS.


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      >DOJ may win task of reviewing CVS-Aetna deal

      The Department of Justice—not the Federal Trade Commission—is reportedly the top contender to review CVS’ proposed purchase of Aetna, which is a potential setback for the $69 billion deal. Meanwhile, the CVS-Aetna deal has already raised the hackles of some Democratic lawmakers.

      >Optum’s $4.9B deal to buy DaVita Medical Group further expands UnitedHealth’s care delivery portfolio

      DaVita Medical Group will join Optum’s physician-led primary, specialty, in-home, urgent- and surgery-care delivery services business as part of a deal expected to close in 2018 pending regulatory approval. The physician practice acquisition will expand Optum’s market reach, as the medical group has locations in California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, New Mexico and Washington.

      >Though signups increase in week 5, enrollment total may still fall short

      While signups picked up in the fifth week of open enrollment, it’s likely that the final enrollment total will fall short of last year's. About 5.6 million people would have to enroll between Dec. 3 and Dec. 15, the final two weeks of open enrollment, to equal the 9.2 million signups that recorded for 2017.