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Medicare, Medicaid their Demise By Gerald J, Brown, MD
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The writer had decided that he might write a book on how to help bring about Universal Health Care for all citizens of the United States. He thought the title of the book might be The Year 2024 has... More > Arrived, since 2024 was the year, when it was most anticipated Medicare funds would run out. From the outset the writer decided he would utilize an effort in writing goodly part fiction and goodly part non-fiction, the two parts clearly discernable with reading of which entity was being addressed, the former or the later, but the chapters and even the scenes mixed up to keep the heaviness of the presentation the less with the component of fiction. The author decided it would be the better story telling, if he postulated that in 2014, that the next President elected was John Boehner. The tenth of February 2014 would be the first day that the Government would begin operating without monies for Medicare and Medicaid and many considered Boehner, the greatest foe of Medicare and he would be able to show his stuff< Less
Medicare, Medicaid their Demise By Gerald J, Brown, MD
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The writer had decided that he might write a book on how to help bring about Universal Health Care for all citizens of the United States. He thought the title of the book might be The Year 2024 has... More > arrived, since 2024 was the year, when it was most anticipated Medicare funds would run out. From the outset the writer decided he would utilize an effort in writing goodly part fiction and goodly part non-fiction, the two parts clearly discernable with reading of which entity was being addressed, the former or the later, but the chapters and even the scenes mixed up to keep the heaviness of the presentation the less with the component of fiction. The author decided it would be the better story telling, if he postulated that in 2014, that the next President elected was John Boehner. The tenth of February 2014 would be the first day that the Government would begin operating without monies for Medicare and Medicaid and many considered Boehner, the greatest foe of Medicare and he would be able to show his stuff.< Less
Medicare Questions and Answers: Most Commonly Asked Questions About Medicare Answered By Sarah Benson
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Medicare Questions and Answers: Most Commonly Asked Questions About Medicare Answered This book answers 60 of the most common questions people want to know about medicare including: - what is the... More > difference between medicare and medicaid - what does medicare cover - are there service medicare does not cover - who is eligible for medicare - how does the fee for service system work - how do coordinated care plans work and so much more! Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Medicare Part D Coverage and how it makes the Elderly a Vulnerable Population By Farrukh Khan
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Major changes were introduced in Medicare for the first time in thirty years as the Medicare Modernization Act of 2003 offered prescription drug assistance to all Medicare beneficiaries with such... More > assistance also being offered through a large number of private health insurers.A very large number of plans are now being offered and it has to be wondered why the tax cuts that had been announced could not have been used to device a simpler system without a doughnut to better care for the elderly and the disabled. This brief essay presents an examination of why Medicare Part D coverage makes the elderly a vulnerable population.< Less
Medicare Part D Coverage and how it makes the Elderly a Vulnerable Population By Farrukh Khan
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Major changes were introduced in Medicare for the first time in thirty years as the Medicare Modernization Act of 2003 offered prescription drug assistance to all Medicare beneficiaries with such... More > assistance also being offered through a large number of private health insurers.A very large number of plans are now being offered and it has to be wondered why the tax cuts that had been announced could not have been used to device a simpler system without a doughnut to better care for the elderly and the disabled. This brief essay presents an examination of why Medicare Part D coverage makes the elderly a vulnerable population.< Less
Medicare Part D: Prescription Benefit--Operational Implementation Guide for Community Behavioral Health By Diane Bell et al.
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On January 1, 2006 the new drug benefit provisions, Medicare Part D, will affect an estimated 42 million beneficiaries of Medicare. Many of these covered persons, especially those eligible for both... More > Medicare and Medicaid, have complex mental health needs and rely on the community behavioral health system to support their recovery process. Medicare Part D: Prescription Benefit—Operational Implementation Guide for Community Behavioral Health is available to help your organization understand the significant impact this provision will have on your most vulnerable consumers, and how you can minimize disruption to their recovery—and your bottom line. The authors bring their extensive experience in the community behavioral health environment to bear on translating this complex program into real-world, operationally specific impact on community behavioral health agencies, staff, and consumers.< Less
Someone Wants to Use Your Medicare: The Koyal Group Private Training Services By Vanessa Stephens
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It sounded too good to be true and it was. The scammers calling from Montreal, Canada, told seniors that for around $300 they could buy a "drug discount card" that would pay for all their... More > prescriptions and that they wouldn't need a Medicare part D plan.< Less
Health Care Taxonomy & Medicare Fee Schedule with CPT codes Reference Resource By Vasu Brown
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The Healthcare Provider Taxonomy Codes (HPTC) are a HIPAA standard code set named in the implementation specifications for some of the ASC X12 standard HIPAA transactions. The “Healthcare... More > Provider Taxonomy Code” is a situational data element in the 4010 X12 Implementation Guides and the 5010 X12 TR3 Reports for the 837 Professional and Institutional. If the Taxonomy code is required in order to properly pay or process a claim/encounter information transaction, it is required to be reported. The Healthcare Provider Taxonomy code set divides health care providers into hierarchical groupings by type, classification, and specialization, and assigns a code to each grouping. The Taxonomy consists of two parts: individuals (e.g., physicians) and non-individuals (e.g., ambulatory health care facilities). All codes are alphanumeric and are 10 positions in length. The Healthcare Provider Taxonomy code set is maintained by the National Uniform Claim Committee (NUCC).< Less
Medicare Made 123 Easy: Just the facts, No gimmicks, No sales pitches, Just what you need to know By Ian Schaeffer, David Schaeffer
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With a new cover, new forward, new endorsement, and additional material added for 2015 this book was designed to take the sales pitches and brand bias out of selecting the best Medicare plan for your... More > needs. It should read like we were having lunch together and I was telling you about what it’s like to go shopping for Medicare plans. Medicare can be quite complicated to comprehend. After reading this book, I hope that you will agree that Medicare can be 1-2-3 easy!< Less
Medicare's Victims: How the U.S. Government’s Largest Health Care Program Harms Patients and Impairs Physicians By David Hogberg
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In Medicare's Victims, you'll read the intimate stories of patients and physicians who have struggled with Medicare, and then you'll learn how the particular Medicare policy has caused their plight.... More > The patients who are victims of Medicare are often the sickest of the sick, whether it is the disabled who are on Medicare's two-year waiting period; seniors who fell into Part D's donut hole; or patients who are harmed because they receive too much treatment or not enough. The physicians who are victims are ones who struggle to provide the best care for their patients while Medicare's reimbursement system, in effect, punishes them for it. They all tend to have one thing in common: lack of political power. For example, people who are seriously ill are relatively few in number. As such, they do not have the numbers necessary to impact elections. Further, people who are ill are generally not engaging in the networking, meetings and other activities necessary to form effective political organizations.< Less

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