Obamacare may not have worked as intended, but even although there are many things in the bill that people consider undesirable, the changes the bill made to Medicare are not one of them. The benefits paid to senior citizens was not cut as a result of the passage of the Affordable Care Act. An earlier bill cut the amount of money doctors receive from the program. While this may mean that access to benefits were effectively cut because the access has been reduced, it does not mean that a patient who has a doctor who accepts Medicare will have to settle for fewer services.
The changes the Obama administration were praised as largely positive even by critics of the bill. The most severe criticism is that the measures did not go far enough to cut waste and corruption out of the Medicare program. The uncertainty of the future of positive benefits may have some people on edge, but if the Supreme Court does not overturn the entire bill on constitutional grounds, the changes made to Medicare will not be blocked by the Republican congress. Senior citizens do not need to worry about losing health care insurance coverage.
The White House put out a page that shows what is intended under the new law, but this site suffers from an extreme bias in favor of the policy. News sites have their own opinions about what is good and bad regarding Obamacare and Medicare benefits, but these will also contain editorialized information. Medicare itself will contain information about the specific changes that affect the program. The Social Security Administration’s red book should answer the questions of most people. The handbook is available online or at a person’s local social security office