medicare

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The system of government subsidies for health care for the elderly and disabled

My mom started getting Medicare last week.

The Canadian national health care system
{i} federal system of medical insurance in the USA for the elderly; national healthcare plan which is financed by taxation (in Canada and Australia)
a system by which the US government helps to pay for the medical treatment of old people Medicaid (medical + care)
A Government program, administered by the Social Security Administration, which provides financial assistance to individuals over the age of 65 for hospital and medical expenses Medicare does not cover long-term care expenses
health care for the aged; a federally administered system of health insurance available to persons aged 65 and over
Under the Social Security Act of 1935, this is a federal health insurance plan for elderly people (over the age 65) and qualified disabled people
The federal health insurance program for: people 65 years of age or older, certain younger people with disabilities, and people with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure with dialysis or a transplant, sometimes called ESRD)
A federal health insurance program established by Title XVIII of the Social Security Act to provide medical benefits to insured persons without regard to income Benefits are available to persons aged 65 or more, persons eligible for Social Security disability programs for over two years and certain individuals with end stage renal disease Funds for the Medicare program are derived from payroll taxes and premiums paid by beneficiaries The program is based on two sub-programs: hospital insurance (Part A) and supplementary medical insurance (Part B), which pays for services provided by individual providers
The federal health insurance program for people age 65 and older, the disabled, and people with end-stage renal disease, with about 39 million beneficiaries
A U S government program that provides medical expense coverage to people aged 65 and older Medicare is comprised of two major programs: Hospital Insurance (Part A) and Supplementary Medical Insurance (Part B) The Medicare coverage for Part A has no premium and will pay 100% of your hospital costs for the first 60 days after you have paid a deducible of about $720 Medicare Part B pays up to 80% of your doctor's bills for a monthly premium of about $50 BACK TO TOP
A federal health insurance program designed to provide health care for the elderly and the disabled People who qualify for Social Security benefits are automatically eligible for Medicare
The national health insurance program for eligible people 65 and older, and some disabled individuals Medicare has two parts: Part A covers hospital costs and Part B covers doctors' bills and other medical costs
The United States federal government plan for paying certain hospital and medical expenses for persons qualifying under the plan, usually those over 65 The hospital benefits are Part A, and the medical expense portion is Part B Part A is compulsory social insurance; Part B is voluntary government-subsidized, government-operated insurance (H)
- A federal program that provides health care coverage for elderly and disabled people who have paid into the Social Security fund for a minimum number of years Seniors qualify at age 65 and disabled individuals qualify 29 months after receipt of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)
The federal insurance program that funds medical care for people age 65 and older and certain disabled people
A federal government program established under Title XVIII of the Social Security Act of 1965 to provide hospital expense and medical expense insurance to elderly and disabled persons
The federal government's hospital and medical insurance program for the aged, disabled, and those with end-stage renal disease There are two parts to Medicare: Part A - hospital insurance and Part B - supplemental medical insurance Title XVIII of the Federal Social Security Act provides for the legislative authority for the Medicare program
Federal program that provides basic health care and limited long term care for retirees and certain disabled individuals without regard to income level Beneficiaries must pay premiums, deductibles and coinsurance See beneficiary, cost sharing, medically necessary, and medigap Part A - Medicare hospital insurance that helps pay for medically necessary inpatient hospital care, and, after a hospital stay, and limited inpatient care in a skilled nursing facility, for limited home health care or hospice care Part B - Medicare medical insurance that helps pay for medically necessary physician services, outpatient hospital services and supplies that are not covered by the hospital insurance Part C - See Medicare + Choice
A nationwide, federally administered program that covers the costs of hospitalization, medical care and some related services for elderly and select other individuals Medicare has two parts: Part A generally covers inpatient costs; and part B primarily covers outpatient costs   Pharmaceutical benefits are excluded  
Federal government health insurance program established under Title XVIII of the Social Security Act for people age 65 and older and for individuals of any age entitled to monthly disability benefits under the Social Security or Railroad Retirement Program Medicare also provides benefits for those with chronic renal disease who require hemodialysis or kidney transplant
The federal health insurance program for people 65 and older, and also for people with disabilities
- A federal health insurance program designed to provide health care for the elderly and the disabled People who qualify for Social Security benefits are automatically eligible for Medicare
The national health insurance program provided primarily to older adults (65 or older) and some disabled people who are eligible for Social Security benefits Medicare has three parts: Part A, which is hospital insurance, Part B, which covers the costs of physicians and other providers, and Part C (Medicare Plus Choice), which expands the availability of managed care arrangements for Medicare recipients
This program was enacted in 1965 as part of the Social Security Act Medicare provides medical benefits to individuals age 65 and over, and persons under 65 who are disabled and have received Social Security disability benefits for 24 consecutive months The program has two parts--Part A, Hospital Insurance, and Part B, Supplementary Health Insurance
The Health Insurance for the Aged Act, Title XVIII of the Social Security Amendment of 1965, as then constituted or later amended Medicare is a health insurance program for people age 65 or older, some people with disabilities under age 65, and people with end-stage renal disease It has two parts: Hospital Insurance (Part A) and Medical Insurance (Part B) For more information, visit the official Medicare web site www medicare gov
federal program established under the Social Security Act that provides health insurance for elderly and certain disabled individuals Medicare has two parts: Part A: hospital insurance that helps to pay for inpatient care, skilled nursing facility (SNF) care, home health care and hospice care Medicare pays for pharmaceuticals provided in hospitals, but not for those provided in outpatient settings Part B: insurance that helps to pay medically necessary physician services (both inpatient and outpatient) and outpatient hospital costs not covered under Part A Medicare Beneficiary - person who has been designated by the Social Security Administration as entitled to receive Medicare benefits
a U S health insurance program for people aged 65 and over, for persons eligible for Social Security disability payments for two years or longer, and for certain workers and their dependents who need kidney transplantation or dialysis Monies from payroll taxes and premiums from beneficiaries are deposited in special trust funds for use in meeting the expenses incurred by the insured It consists of two separate but coordinated programs: hospital insurance (Part A) and supplementary medical insurance (Part B) Medicare-approved charge: the amount Medicare approves for payment to a physician Typically, Medicare pays 80 percent of the approved charge and the beneficiary (patient) pays the remaining 20 percent Physicians may bill beneficiaries for an additional amount (the balance) not to exceed 15 percent of the Medicare approved charge
a federal health care insurance program for people age 65 and over, and for the disabled
The primary health insurance program for people aged 65 and older and those with certain disabilities Medicare coverage provides for acute hospital care, physician services, brief stays in skilled nursing facilities, and short-term skilled home care related to a medical problem Medicare coverage is determined by the nature of services required by the patient, not the specific diagnosis Coverage is restricted to medical care, and does not include prescription drugs or custodial care at home or in nursing homes
Medicare and Medicaid
U.S. government programs in effect since 1966. Medicare covers most people 65 or older and those with long-term disabilities. Part A, a hospital insurance plan, also pays for home health visits and hospice care. Part B, a supplementary plan, pays for doctors' services, tests, and other services. Requirements and benefits are complex. Patients pay deductibles and copayments. Medicaid, a joint federal-state program, covers low-income people under age 65 and those who have exhausted Medicare benefits. It pays for hospital care, doctors' services, nursing-home care, home health services, family planning, and screening. Participating states must offer Medicaid to all persons on public assistance but decide their own eligibility guidelines. Many physicians refuse to treat Medicaid patients because of low reimbursement levels
medicare check
a check reimbursing an aged person for the expenses of health care
medicare

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    medıker

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    /ˈmedəˌker/ /ˈmɛdəˌkɛr/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'me-di-"ker, -"kar ] (noun.) 1955. Blend of medical and care

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