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 Can you get medicare at age 62?

Answer You can get Medicare under age 62 under certain circumstances. You can get Medicare if you are disabled and receive disability benefits from the Social Security Administration or if you have perman... Read More »
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Can a Medicare patient receive reimbursement directl from Medicare for purchase of durable medical equipment?

Answer ABSOLUTELY THEY CAN! Wherever you bought your durable medical equipment should be able to bill Medicare DMERC on your behalf. They send in the claim for you and they have to check the box to... Read More »
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What is the difference between Medicare and Medicare Complete?

Between government lingo and catchphrases coined by companies trying to sell their products, it's sometimes difficult to keep straight what each term means. Medicare Complete is a component of Medi... Read More »
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What is the difference between medicare&medicare advantage?

Medicare Advantage plans (Medicare Part C) are run by private insurers offering alternative coverage to original Medicare. People enrolled in Medicare Advantage can expect to receive a broader ran... Read More »
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The Coordination of Medicare Advantage & Medicare Benefits?

Medicare is the national, federally funded health care program for the elderly and disabled in the United States. Enrollees may also decide to get their health care through the Medicare private hea... Read More »
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