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Kaiser Family Foundation Releases Report Comparing States Proposals on Integrating Care for Dual Eligibles

By |2015-12-21T17:26:22-05:00November 14th, 2012|Medicare|

Twenty-six states have submitted proposals for a federal demonstration program to integrate Medicare and Medicaid services for dually eligible beneficiaries, or people enrolled in both programs. The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) recently released a report comparing states proposals in the areas of target population, implementation date, enrollment, financing, benefits, beneficiary protections, stakeholder engagement and demonstration [...]

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Medicare Rights Updates Fact Sheet, Medicare: Strong and Built to Last

By |2015-12-21T17:25:16-05:00November 10th, 2012|Medicare|

The Medicare Rights Center has released an updated version of its fact sheet, Medicare: Strong and Built to Last, which discusses the future of Medicare and the role the program plays in keeping American families healthy and financially secure. With the election now over, policymakers will once again turn attention to the deficit reduction debate”which [...]

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Medicare Reminder

By |2015-12-21T17:27:42-05:00October 2nd, 2012|Medicare|

Fall Open Enrollment is the time of year when you can change your Medicare coverage. You can join a new Medicare private health plan (Medicare Advantage (MA) plan) or stand-alone prescription drug plan (PDP). If you have an MA plan, you can also return to Original Medicare with or without a stand-alone PDP. Keep these [...]

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