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Is Medicare primary if you are on long-term disability?

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2007-08-16 09:56:19
2007-08-16 09:56:19

Medicare Part A which is "Hospital Insurance." It pays as primary insurance for the long-term disability. It helps pay for inpatient hospital care, inpatient care in a skilled nurshing facility, home health care and hospice

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