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Yvonne Farrell 4m
Thanks for this reporting. So important. Congress seems to be getting around to fixing and to cover basics: dental, eyes, ears, mobility and dexterity and not a moment too soon.
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Boycott Florida & Ohio🌊Deadpool🌊 32m
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Marty Scheinberg 12m
President Trump: Let us know where you stand on Social Security and Medicare!
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AARP Advocates 2h
Seniors have worked hard & paid into their entire lives. It’s shameful to see PhRMA pressure Congress in an effort to boost their profits & raise your Rx costs:
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MedicareFAQ 3h
When most people start Medicare, it begins on the 1st day of the month of their 65th Birthday. Of course, this is not what is the best for everyone. Seniors are choosing to continue working later into life. What if you delay coverage?
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MedicareFAQ 49m
In this day and age more eligible beneficiaries are choosing to continue working and they are confused about what they should do when reaching age 65. Find out here!
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CHCS 50m
Visit the redesigned Integrated Care Resource Center — helping states provide more integrated, coordinated care for individuals dually eligible for and
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URAC 2h
CMS’ proposed changes to physician payment is a win for communication technology:
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David Fontaine 2h
Health-care coverage (including Medicare) typically does not cover extended medical care.
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Joseph Paul 3h
Congratulations .. you just elected an actual Nazi as Governor, and the architect of the largest fraud in history as Senator. Be ashamed.
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David C. Moore Nov 16
Meanwhile down in the U.S. Big raises prices claiming insurance & or can cover increases they say is to cover R&D costs! Hospitals profiting from private cord blood bank didn't disclose financial ties to patients
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Medicareful Nov 17
A formulary is an important factor to any Part D plan. But what are they, and why are they so important?
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University Learning 2h
is open to new ways of delivering care that improve patient outcomes while lowering payers’ costs. Take this advice on how to participate.
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EIP 4h
During its annual rule-making period this year, has decided to review seniors’ operations. The federal agency is reviewing the safety risk and payment criteria for spine surgeries performed at ambulatory surgery centers.
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Harold Snigel 2h
Replying to @EdwardTHardy @arkansas
Hey let these people organize a co-op and give them start up money to grow to sell at discount to and patients. Big business should not be allowed to make this medicine unaffordable to veterans.
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Tom Hegna 4h
Your clients could experience losses from $37K to $57K or more due to a few "insignificant" changes to and . This is why specific income maximization strategies are so important! shares the changes at
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Salvatore Anthony Luiso 28s
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NMDP/Be The Match Public Policy 6h
Ensure patients have equal opportunities to receive a life-saving transplant by urging your Representatives to support the .
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Edward Hartwig 7h
If your wondering about work on , this article gets into the weeds of how we are attempting to modernize 8 million lines of COBOL and shift Medicare toward value based care 💪🏼💻🇺🇸
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Nathaniel Witherell 10h
open enrollment for runs Oct. 15 - Dec. 7! Here are the changes you need to know about.
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