Starting Tuesday, seniors have fresh new options to lower the monthly premiums on Medigap health policies. The catch: the lower-priced plans make seniors pay more out of pocket.http://www.sun-sentinel.com/business/fl-medigap-changes-0531-20100527,0,1388839.story
. . . Experts said they doubted it's worth paying higher premiums for a new plan because the benefits are not much different than before. Also, the new plans are untested.
Typical of Obamacare - - a choice between lower premiums in exchange for reduced benefits and higher out of pockets, or higher premiums for the same coverage.
This is what they call "good news for seniors".