Presidential Candidates: on Medicare

Presidential Candidate Questions on Medicare


1. “Can you explain your stance on the current state of Medicare in the United States? What would you say are its most significant strengths and weaknesses?”

2. “Many Americans are worried about the sustainability of Medicare. As a Presidential candidate, what steps do you propose to ensure Medicare's long-term viability?”

3. “How will your administration address the high cost of prescription drugs, which has a significant impact on Medicare beneficiaries?”

4. “What are your plans to improve access to Medicare for the most vulnerable populations, such as the elderly, the disabled, and those in rural areas?”

5. “Medicare Advantage plans are growing in popularity, but there is debate about their cost-effectiveness and the quality of care they provide. What is your stance on Medicare Advantage, and how will it influence your policy-making?”

6. “Should there be a cap on out-of-pocket expenses for those using Medicare? If so, what do you think would be a reasonable limit?”

7. “Some argue that expanding Medicare to include vision, dental, and hearing care is necessary. What is your position on expanding Medicare's coverage?”

8. “There have been proposals for ‘Medicare for All' as a solution to America's healthcare issues. What is your position on this idea, and how do you believe it would impact the overall healthcare system?”

9. “Medicare fraud is a significant issue, costing taxpayers billions of dollars each year. What measures will your administration take to tackle this problem and improve program integrity?”

10. “Do you believe that the age of eligibility for Medicare should be lowered, or should there be alternatives to cover those who are younger and uninsured?”

These questions are of major importance to the more than 54 million actual voting seniors on Medicare.

Christopher Westfall
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