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1. You cannot have both Medicare and Medicaid.

2. Which of the following statements most accurately describes a transition fill?

3. Mr. Jones is disabled, 62 years old and works for a company that has 80 employees. He has both Original Medicare and insurance from his employer. Mr. Jones needs medical care. Generally,

4. What is Original Medicare?

5. Ms. K is asked to leave the hospital where she has been staying, but feels that she is not well enough to do so. Ms. K should request an immediate review of the hospital’s decision to discharge her by contacting this organization:

6. Which of the statements is most precise?

7. Which of the following statements is true?

8. Medicare home health care is:

9. Which of the statements is true?

10. Ronald is disabled and has Medicare. He is not yet 65 years old. He turned down Part B and now facing a Part B premium penalty. Ronald will unfortunately be stuck with the Part B premium penalty for the rest of his life, provided that he does not qualify for any assistance programs.

11. The Medicare Part A Buy-In is available in all states:

12. Individuals need to have a certain income in order to be eligible for Medicare.

13. Mrs. P, a New Yorker, has decided to buy Medigap Plan C to help cover some of her costs. She has found two companies in her area that offer this plan. One costs $150 a month and the other costs $185 a month. If she is mainly concerned about costs, should she buy the cheaper one?

14. Generally, people must actively enroll in Extra Help if they have Medicaid and Medicare.

15. A Medicare Summary Notice (MSN) is a bill you get from Original Medicare that lists the health care services you have received over the past three months.

16. What does it mean if a provider “takes assignment?”

17. Medicare Part A generally does not cover:

18. What is an Advance Beneficiary Notice?

19. Medicare Advantage plans supplement Original Medicare.

20. Which part(s) of Medicare will usually provide coverage for immunosuppressant drugs?