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Because medicare is a government-run thing, and just like everything else that is registered with the government, like birth certificates and military history, medicare requires your personal SSN, which you should do everyting that you can to make sure that no one sees that to steal your identity.

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Q: Why is your social security number printed on all receipts you receive from Medicare?
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