Informing the medical staff
Medicare is used by the VA to keep their own medical care expenses down. When a veteran eligible for medicare is under their care, the VA will bill Medicare to help ensure all veterans can be taken care of adequately. If you are eligible for medicare, apply to help the VA maintain high quality medical care for other vets.
No. Acupuncture is NOT covered by Medicare. Medicare considers it an umproven treatment and specifically says it is an out of pocket expense for Medicare recipients
As soon as you turn 65, you become eligible for Medicare. But since you are disabled I think you should get a disability lawyer to get the money you need.
The plan provides low-cost medical coverage to Medicaid and Medicare Advantage recipients and is one of the largest providers of Medicaid coverage to states in the U.S. The Medicare Advantage plans combine the benefits of Original Medicare with additional features while allowing recipients to use their Medicaid ...
Generally, you are eligible for Medicare after you turn 65 years old. You may qualify for Medicare earlier if you have a serious medical condition and meet specific criteria related to income, employment and marriage-status. T
More information would really be necessary. In general, Medicare does not cover a non-eligible spouse. Purchasing a private inurance policy would be advisable. If you have special medical needs due to a disability, or if you turn 62, you may become eligible to apply for social security and Medicare under your husbands earnings if you don't qualify yourself.
Anyone age 65 or over is eligible for Medicare. Most people age 65 and over are covered under Medicare Part A for free, based on their work records or on their spouse's work records. People over 65 who are not eligible for free Medicare Part A coverage can enroll in it and pay a monthly fee for the same coverage. However, this rate increases by 10% for each year after your 65th birthday that you wait to enroll. The rules of eligibility for Part B medical insurance are simpler than for Part A: If you are age 65 or over and are either a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident who has been here lawfully for five consecutive years, you are eligible to enroll in Medicare Part B medical insurance. This is true whether or not you are eligible for Part A hospital insurance.
These are separate programs with different eligibility requirements - there is no such thing as changing back and forth. Medicaid will require you to apply for any and all other medical coverage for which you might be eligible, including Medicare.
it is not a medical necessity medicare will not pay
In order to qualify for Medicare you must be 65 years old or else currently suffering from a qualifying disability. You must also be a US citizen or permanent resident and currently eligible to receive Social Security benefits. Those are the basics. For more information and to find out if you are personally eligible, visit the federal government's Medicare website and use their Eligibility Tool. If you qualify for Medicare Part A (hospital insurance), you will also qualify for Medicare Part B (insurance for doctor's visits and medical supplies). Medicare Part A is free but you'll have to pay a monthly premium for Medicare Part B - or for Medicare Part D, which is prescription drug coverage. Please note that Medicare will not cover all your medical expenses. You may also want to look into what's known as Medicare supplemental insurance to help fill in these gaps.
No. Social Security pays cash benefits and makes disabled and retired people eligible for Medicare, medical insurance available through the US government. Medicare does not pay for elective procedures, like liposuction.