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Health Care for People, Not for Profit

January 11, 2022

Johns Hopkins Medicine recently made the callous decision to cut nearly 6,000 seniors in Baltimore City and Calvert County from its Hopkins Medicare Advantage plan, leaving many elderly Marylanders scrambling to find new health care coverage on a short timeline. Among those left confused and worried by the impending loss of their Hopkins Medicare Advantage plans were my parents, longtime residents of East Baltimore. In early October, they received letters in the mail from Hopkins indicating their current plans would not be offered in 2022.

Article Source: Maryland Matters

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