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Boost Health 15m
What Happens if Runs Out of Money?
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National Committee 1h
It’s time for to harness the bargaining power of the 43 million Americans in the Part D prescription program to compel pharmaceutical companies to lower drug prices:
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MCOL 19m
Factoid: 29% of New Beneficiaries Enrolled in Medicare Advantage Plans in 2016
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Rodney Jones 1h
If you’re nearing age 65, here’s what you should know about . And no, it’s not free
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HotDoc 16h
Interested in what the July 1, 2019 Medicare freeze lift actually means for GPs and medical centres? We took a deep dive to clear up some of the confusion.
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Lightning Bolt 1h
"By the year 2032, the United States will see a shortage of up to nearly 122,000 physicians."
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Rep. Lloyd Smucker Jun 12
Today, the is holding a hearing on for All. No matter how much testimony Members of Congress hear, there is no ignoring the fact that “Medicare for All” will cost over $30 trillion and add trillions more to the national debt.
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Eileen Doherty 19m
Thank you to for fighting to keep affordability for CO .
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Thomas W Tamplin 3h
In 2018, the BBB Scam Tracker received more than 500 reports nationwide about scam calls claiming to be from representatives. Make sure you protect yourself from being scammed using the tips from this article!
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Ideal Business 1h
Los Angeles physician convicted in $33M billing fraud scheme.
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Nomad 7h
Only 17.2% of Americans were covered by in 2017. US could save $175 billion in costs by halving administrative costs. Receiving care for a heartattack cost $20,246 in the US. you pay 10 times as much for anti-cancer drug Avastin in the US than in the UK.
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MARC 59m
The will ensure that there is a clear and functional system for sharing information between settling parties and stakeholders. Learn more:
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Means Financial Grp 49m
has gaps, but there are pieces to fill those gaps.
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InstaMed 4h
How will changes to eligibility transactions and an upcoming open enrollment period impact the way organizations collect patient payments? Join us Tuesday, June 18 at 2:00 PM ET to find out. Register today!
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mojopono 19h
I have paid my health provider in cash. I have my receipt. How can i get a payment without going to Centrelink?
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Steven Porter Jun 14
MedPAC: Inconsistent Participants Have Much Higher Costs
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Ashford Insurance Jun 14
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Bethany Jun 15
That's the thing about "entitlements" that politicians don't want to talk about: the "entitled' part. You're entitled because you FUCKING PAY FOR IT. You pay for already. You pay for already...
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Stria 23h
“All of a sudden, families could be treated at their local hospital. With the passage of , service became available” -Rep. John Lewis  
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Melissa Hoyer Jun 14
I don’t know why I have bothered, since 18, with a private health fund – an x-ray and MRI is not deductible on or All that money - I would hate to add it up - spent over the years on private cover – why have I even bothered? 😡
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