How to Use Medicare and Medicaid Guide
Books and pamphlets on related topics
Master Medicare Guide. is annual one-volume publication includes all the Medicare-related explanations contained in the six-volume loose-leaf product. e focus of this publication is on the basic information a health care provider will need to partici- pate in the Medicare program in a given year. e book includes helpful examples, a review of the previous year’s significant law and regulation changes, and a provider-specific index.
Medicare Explained. Medicare Explained summarizes the Medicare program in some detail, focusing primarily on topics of interest to beneficiaries, providers, physi- cians, and suppliers. The annual update includes law and other program changes that took place during the previ- ous year.
Medicare and Medicaid Benefits. This pocketsize pam- phlet provides a brief explanation of the Medicare program and summarizes parts of the Medicaid program of interest to beneficiaries.
Social Security Explained. Social Security Explained sum- marizes the Social Security program, including taxation, cover-
age, and benefits. It is updated annuall , and includes the latest Social Security tax and benefit tables.
Social Security Benefits Including Medicare. This pocketsize pamphlet is published semi-annually and gives a brief easy-to-read explanation of the Social Security and Medicare programs. It also includes the latest Social Security tax and benefit tables and the current Medicare cost-sharing amounts.
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