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Lee Kormany Apr 4
Happy to pay more tax to have the best services
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UM V-BID Center 4h
*Lowering health care expenditures & ensuring access to high quality medical care for beneficiaries is a health policy priority. As out-of-pocket costs rise, enrollees often forgo essential medical care due to financial barriers:
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Administrator Seema Verma 20h
To address misaligned incentives in based on site of care, today’s proposed IRF rule drives ’s efforts towards a transition to a unified post-acute care system.
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Troy Simpson Apr 4
Now, there’s that vision thing.
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Chuck Woolery Apr 1
The only people who love are the one's who don't pay for it. Millions transferred to .
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Mark Mitrovich 6h
Donating to whoever is running against a man who is enabling to destroy the USA. Mitch will work to eliminate pre-existing condition insurance coverage, cut and Social Security. Mitch is only interested in keeping his power and not doing what is right.
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Frankie Smith Apr 16
I feel the need to discuss the idea, with the thought that what we have today would be expanded to all. First observation, , , , is a shit plan for seniors. Its all many of them have, but they are losing access daily!
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RI Elderly Affairs Apr 16
Telemarketers claiming to work with are illegally soliciting beneficiaries by offering free braces. They obtain Medicare numbers and then make $ off of billing Medicare. Beneficiaries may be responsible for copayments.
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Paul Goldstein Apr 10
Replying to @Kenthba01 @SenSanders
Are you aware that is a government program (proven more efficient than private insurance)?
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Lisa Chesters MP Apr 4
Last year I had my own battle with cancer. A rare form of eye melanoma. Last month I paid my final out of pocket bill. It was over $1000 but I can afford it. Many others can not. Tonight’s announcement by will save lives
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Kaiser Family Foundation Apr 4
plays a key role in providing health and financial security to 60 million older people and younger people with disabilities. It covers many basic health services, including hospital stays, physician services, and prescription drugs.
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Health Affairs 2h
Dually enrolled beneficiaries had higher medical and social needs compared to other beneficiaries
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Jude Nagurney Camwell Apr 7
Replying to @RawStory
There'll be no rehabilitation for Paul Ryan's damaging actions as House Speaker. He laughed and basked in triumph in the Rose Garden after passing the , having paved the way for the eventual destruction of , , , and .
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Tess 17h
Rant ahead: Just paid a whopping $300 for a routine ultrasound. And while I’m extremely grateful for a health system that will give me $80 back - I’m in a position to be able to afford to pay this.
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CAHC Apr 17
“You don’t want to outsource Medicare reimbursement methodology to the executive branch.” -’s speaking now at our Part B briefing on the flaws of the administration’s IPI model.
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Qlarant 5h
, , & U.S. Attorney’s Offices Bring Down $1.2 Billion Scheme
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Rep. Katie Hill Apr 5
One mistake on your Part B enrollment shouldn't result in a lifetime of penalties. I'm working to put a cap on lifetime penalties, address enrollment pitfalls, and make the rules easier to understand.
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CAHC Apr 17
Dr. Kasyap Patel of Carolina Blood & Cancer Care discusses how the proposed IPI model for Part B treatments threatens community-based care & small, physician-owned practices.
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AMA Media Apr 4
Easing the financial burden of cancer patients and families will help them focus on the primary challenge of treatment and recovery
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NMDP/Be The Match Public Policy 2h
Thank you for advocating to ensure beneficiaries have equal access to life-saving cellular therapies. And, thank you for being a donor! 💚💙- Blair
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