Medicare Vs. Medicaid: They are not the same thing.

Medicaid is a Federal and State partnership to provide health care to low income residents of a particular state.

Medicare is health insurance for retired American workers who have worked at least 10 years in order to be eligible for the program. It also covers Americans who are disabled and can no longer work.

 Every year, millions of Americans receive medical assistance through a pair of government funded programs: Medicare and Medicaid. Although they are often confused, they were created to help two separate groups in need of medical coverage. Medicare provides health benefits to senior citizens. Those receiving care usually have to […]

via Medicare Vs. Medicaid – The Definitive Guide A Guest Post by Kayda Norman — Caring For The Caregiver offered by Phyllis Quinlan, PhD, RN-BC


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