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Frequently Asked Questions

Medicare v. Medicaid 

Medicare and Medicaid are government-run healthcare programs in the United States. Medicare is a federal benefit that provides health insurance to those over 65, as well as younger people with certain disabilities. Medicaid, on the other hand, is a joint federal and state program that provides healthcare coverage to people with low incomes and assets. While these programs aim to provide healthcare coverage, they differ in terms of eligibility requirements, covered services, and funding sources. It's important to understand the differences between Medicare and Medicaid to determine which program is right for you or your loved ones.

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