: New York City ‘permanently’ blocked from switching retirees to Medicare Advantage


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A New York Supreme Court judge recently ordered that New York City was “permanently” blocked from requiring any city retirees and their dependents to enroll in a private Medicare Advantage plan managed by Aetna or seek their own health insurance.

On June 5, the court had issued a preliminary injunction in the case, which involved 250,000 retired employees and their dependents. The switch to Medicare Advantage had been slated for Sept. 1. 

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