If you’re old enough to remember Peter Pan collars and Sandy Koufax’s perfect game against the Cubs, you probably remember a time before Medicare and Medicaid. These programs were signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson on July 30, 1965, although the idea of universal, national healthcare dates back to President Truman in the 1940s.
Insurance and Health Plans
For people needing medical supplies for a life-threatening or serious condition, seeing the words “Prior Authorization Needed” on their prescription or physician’s order can be frustrating.
If you are a Medicare customer who is thinking of using continuous glucose monitor read this.
Home health benefits are a wonderful resource for caregivers. Learn more about the benefits available to you.
Getting the wound care supplies you need is essential to better healing and a faster recovery; but affording these supplies can be difficult for individuals with a low income. However, there’s good news for eligible Medicaid members: Most Medicaid plans cover wound care supplies.
If you’ve received medical care and have insurance, you’ve probably heard of insurance preauthorization. It can be a necessary step in getting the supplies or treatment you need to be covered by your insurance plan. But it can also be confusing.
There’s good news for many Georgia Medicaid members with incontinence needs. Georgia Medicaid covers incontinence products, but only for recipients 4-20 years old.
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Medicaid members, are you using all the benefits you receive? To know what you could be missing, you have to first know your Medicaid benefits.
Chances are that if you have Medicaid, you’ve probably heard the term “Managed Care.” If you’re not sure what it means, then it’s time to find out. It’s a pretty important part of your health coverage.