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Government Sponsored Plan Table Name of Plan Population it Covers (age, demographic, specific condition, etc) Important Aspects ( notable details regarding plan such as coverage outline, benefits, etc) Notes or Comments (added comments you feel are important to present) Medicare 65 or older Under 65 with certain disabilities Any age with end-stage renal disease such as permanent kidney failure requiring transplant Part A = hospital insurance Part B = medical insurance Part C Medical Advantage Plans = private insurance option to cover hospital and medical costs Part D cover prescriptions Social Security Administration works with CMS to help enroll people in Medicaid Medicaid Low-income adults Children Pregnant women Elderly adults People with disabilities Autism services Behavioral health services Dental care Early and periodic screening, diagnostic, and treatment Hospice benefits Prevention Telemedicine Mandatory benefits such as inpatient and outpatient hospital services, physician services laboratory and x-rays, and home health services Optional Medicaid benefits such as prescription drugs, case management, physical therapy, and occupational therapy Funded by states and federal government Tricare Uniformed Service members and their families National Guard/Reserve members and their families Survivors Health care costs and coverage differentiate based on who you are and your health plan option Cost share or copayment may be required Some special programs have specific eligibility requirements based on beneficiary category, plan, or status Some are for specific
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Government Sponsored Plan Table Former spouses Medal of Honor recipients and their families Others registered in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System Dental programs are available; TRICARE
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  • Fall '18
  • Monique Johnson
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