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Edwin Park 22h
Per Trustees report, HI Trust Fund will have negative balance starting in 2026, same as last year (though negative balance is somewhat larger).
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Tom 29m
I watched a doctor visiting a dementia patient walk into an AFH and listen to her heart and lungs. No vitals taken. No communication with staff at the AFH. I imagine he will be reimbursed $200-$500 for this visit. We need to fix the system.
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*Starry-Eyed*JGC 55m
Replying to @VoteFredKeller
You know, and are "socialist" programs, you have to admit that. And that is why it is difficult to believe you will fight to uphold and even expand these benefits, when it is your nature to regress to unbridled support for Big B .
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Steve Herman 16h
Trustees report "highlights that the Medicare Hospital Insurance trust fund is expected to be insolvent by 2026, as the program’s finances remain in peril," says in statement, adding it highlights the need for "commonsense, bipartisan reforms."
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Chris Jacobs 1h
.: trustees report provides reality check to ' socialist delusions...
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Kay Designer 11h
And yet, doesn't even cover those that are elderly and deathly ill. If a patient is "not going to improve" they are cast out of hospitals and nursing homes, and forced to go it alone at home. Without family caregivers, this entire system would have already collapsed.
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TXRxMedicareNetwork 31m
A recent proposal puts beneficiaries at risk of losing access to critical medicines. Read more about the dangers of international reference pricing on ’s newest blog post:
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Dave Gibbs 7h
I don’t get those who are against wiping student debt or programs like for All. Even if you are the most ardent capitalist, surely having a population with more disposable income to spend on your products and services is a good thing, no?
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Common Raven 1m
When will and run out of money to pay all their obligations. Medicare would become even sooner, by 2026, if no changes are made to payroll taxes or how health providers are paid.
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OVER 65: can you dig it?! 29m
Replying to @Over65DigIt
Over 65: can you dig it...we like a good deal as much as anyone!
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Doctor Beech 3h
Researchers have estimated that chiropractic care may reduce the number of Medicare patients visits to primary care medical physicians for back and/or neck pain.
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Jamie Yarbrough 29m
What does Medicare cover, exactly? There’s an assumption that Medicare will cover everything that the healthcare coverage from your pre-retirement employer covers. Unfortunately, this isn’t true.
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NC Insurance Advisors 22h
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Royce Kinniebrew 3m
The richest country in the world should be able to afford healthcare for all. #2020
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Administrator Seema Verma Apr 19
In the Hospice Benefit FY2020 proposed rule we are modifying existing hospice election statement requirements to increase coverage transparency for patients under a hospice election, demonstrating our continued commitment to empowering patients.
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CGI Federal 1h
Improving customer experience is important for digital transformation. now offers “What’s Covered,” an app that lets people quickly see whether covers a specific medical item or service. Learn more about the app in this blog post.
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Tamara Mathias 3h
“We continue to focus on the fundamentals of the business that will drive long-term shareholder value, irrespective of headline volatility,” Centene CEO Michael Neidorff said.
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FREOPP Apr 19
Medicare enrollees today receive three times as much in benefits as they paid in taxes. It's unsustainable. Here's how to fix the broken system and provide more affordable coverage.
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NC Insurance Advisors 15h
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