Medicare vouchers; a senior screwer.

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    MEDICARE VOUCHERS; A SENIOR SCREWER.


    Private would be more interested in profits and rationing of services. NO private healthcare would insure a senior citizen for $12,000 a year. ONE MRI cost $10,00 lone. And seniors who have paid into Medicare do not want Medicare voucher and private healthcare. Just a fact and polls are not to be trusted.
    Medicare vouchers DOA.
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    You cannot balance the budget and pay down the deficit on the backs of seniors who have paid for Medicare and want it when the time comes. $12,000 cannot buy healthcare for senior who have at least one chronic illness. Would or could you insure seniors medical care for $12,000?
    My power chair cost $24,000. Who will pay for homehealthcare and rest home care and end of life care?
    Will senior have to buy a medicare supplement plan as they do now? If they do they are screwed with medicare vouchers.



    What does Medicare pay for?
    Published 08/26/2008

    What does Medicare pay for?Medicare covers certain medical services and supplies in hospitals, doctors' offices, and other health care settings. Services are either covered under Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) or Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance). If you have both Part A and Part B, these services and supplies must be covered as long as they are reasonable and necessary for your health, no matter what type of Medicare plan you have. A list of the covered services is found in the Medicare handbook.

    For more detailed information, look at the publication "Your Medicare Benefits".

    https://questions.medicare.gov/app/answ ... pay-for%3F
     

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