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WASHINGTON (AP) — "Medicare-for-all" can mean different things to different people. For some, it's a single government-run health insurance plan for the whole country. To others, it's giving consumers a choice to buy into Medicare or keep their private insurance. But whatever the form, the proposals are built on the premise that health insurance should be a guaranteed right. Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Vermont independent seeking the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, launched the debate over "Medicare-for-all." Now, other Democratic presidential hopefuls are staking out their positions on the concept, which President Donald Trump decries as socialism. But government-backed insurance is...
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Health Imaging 02/22/2019 18:26
MA plans covered 33 percent of Medicare beneficiaries in 2017, up from 22 percent in 2008, according to Figueroa et al.
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MEDICARE PUBLIC OPTION Legislation from Merkley would allow people of any age to buy into a new public plan modeled on Medicare.
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Hearing Review 02/22/2019 15:53
For Medicare beneficiaries who need hearing health care services, it is critical that audiology services be positioned in this new environment and that the full scope of practice for audiologists be appropriately recognized.
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CNBC 02/22/2019 15:43
In a recent interview with CNBC, Buttigieg said, "The simplest way to think about it is: If Medicare today includes Medicare supplemental, why wouldn't Medicare for All include a Medicare supplement for all who want it.
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Becker's Hospital Review 02/22/2019 15:05
CMS won't end Mount Carmel's Medicare funding amid probe into patient deaths.
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Lexington Herald Leader 02/22/2019 14:49
The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has recertified Riverview Psychiatric Center, allowing the state psychiatric hospital to resume receiving federal Medicare reimbursement. The 92-bed Riverview Center was decertified … Click to Continue »
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Reason Online 02/22/2019 13:49
Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call/Newscom For the last several years, political conversations about Medicare have revolved mostly around either preserving the program in its current form or expanding it.
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DoctorsLounge 02/22/2019 13:00
The researchers found that MA beneficiaries were more likely than FFS Medicare beneficiaries to receive secondary prevention treatments, including β-blockers (80.6 versus 78.8 percent), angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors or angiotensin II receptor blockers (70.7 versus 65.1 percent), and statins (68.4 versus 64.5 percent.
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Healio News 02/22/2019 11:14
Paul Heidenreich Patients who were Medicare Advantage beneficiaries had more comorbidities compared with patients who were fee-for-service Medicare beneficiaries, according to a study published in JAMA Cardiology.
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CSG Actuarial 02/22/2019 09:13
CSG Actuarial has recently received a multitude of inquiries regarding the level of 2019 Medicare Supplement new business rate increases relative to previous years.
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InsuranceNewsNet 02/22/2019 07:52
The problem is that the label “Medicare for All” has been attached to a variety of different proposals from various Democrats, and their relationship to today’s Medicare program is only slight.
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Kaiser Health News 02/22/2019 05:00
While usable and good for general information, it doesn’t provide personalized information that might be more helpful in making treatment or access decisions,” said Casey Schwarz, senior counsel for the Medicare Rights Center, a nonprofit organization.
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This notice announces the application of COLA for re-approval as an accreditation organization for clinical laboratories under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA) program for the specialty and subspecialty areas listed in this notice under CLIA.
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SmartMoney 02/21/2019 23:45
Republicans are fond of saying that ideas such as a Green New Deal, or Medicare for All, are “radical” policies, but many voters support them, writes Paul Brandus.
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MedCity News 02/21/2019 16:19
UnitedHealthcare expands data-driven care navigation program for Medicare Advantage members.
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MediaMatters 02/21/2019 13:57
CNN anchors misleadingly portray popular Democratic proposals such as "Medicare-for-all" and taxing the wealthy as far to the left.
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