from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A program under the U.S. Social Security Administration that reimburses hospitals and physicians for medical care provided to qualifying people over 65 years old.
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- proper n. The system of government subsidies for health care for the elderly and disabled.
- proper n. Alternative spelling of medicare.
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- n. health care for the aged; a federally administered system of health insurance available to persons aged 65 and over
MEDICARE PROGRAM, about Medicare fraud and senior Medicare Patrol program. 9: 30 a.m.,
ORIGINAL MEDICARE AND MEDIGAP About three-quarters of Medicare's 44 million beneficiaries are enrolled in what is now known as "original" Medicare.
Nursing Homes (medicare. gov/nhcompare): Provides detailed information on the past performance of every Medicare - and Medicaid-certified nursing home in the country.
PROVIDING VULNERABLE, DISPLACED WORKERS OVER 55 ACCESS TO MEDICARE by offering those who have involuntarily lost their jobs and their health care coverage a similar Medicare buy-in option.
MEDICARE DATA: HealthGrades used a Medicare database to rate nearly
MEDICARE SCARE TACTICS: Republican candidates routinely and cynically charge that the reform law will "cut" $500 billion from Medicare - leaving the clear implication that benefits will be reduced.
MEDICARE COVERAGE According to a 2009 Prudential survey, 37 percent of people think that Medicare will cover their long-term care costs.
Medicare Beneficiaries also can go to www. medicare.gov to review their options or contact their current Medicare provider with their questions.
My husband and I, both on medicare, pay, together, over $5,000 a year for supplemental insurance and the Medicare monthly fees.
If we implement a model by expanding medicare to cover all, which is the proposal in HR 676, then you must be saying that Medicare is socialized medicine??