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    mrs. west wears glasses and dentures and has enjoyed considerable pain relief from arthritis through massage therapy. she is concerned about whether or not medicare will cover these items and services. what should you tell her?

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    Mrs. West wears glasses and dentures and has enjoyed considerable pain relief from arthritis through massage therapy. She is con

    You should ask Mrs. West to contact either Medicare and ask them personally if they cover the services or ask the company who she receives massage th

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    Mrs. West wears glasses and dentures and has enjoyed considerable pain relief from arthritis through massage therapy. She is con

    cerned about whether or not Medicare will cover these items and services. What should you tell her?

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    docker41 [41]1 year ago

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    You should ask Mrs. West to contact either Medicare and ask them personally if they cover the services or ask the company who she receives massage therapy from, her glasses and dentures if they accept Medicare coverage.

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    Generally, employers prefer retirees to enroll in a stand-alone PDP, so he should consider that instead of the MA-PD.

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    When possible, it is always the best option to have both the employer’s plan and the MA-PD, so he would have no out-of-pocket expenses.

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    Mr. Rainey is experiencing paranoid delusions and his physician feels that he should be hospitalized.  What should you tell Mr. Rainey (or his representative) about the length of an inpatient psychiatric hospital stay that Medicare will cover?

    a.

    Medicare will cover, at its allowable amount, as many stays as are needed throughout Mr. Rainey’s life, as long as no single stay exceeds 190 days.

    b.

    Inpatient psychiatric services are not covered under Original Medicare.

    c.

    Medicare will cover a total of 190 days of inpatient psychiatric care during Mr. Rainey’s entire lifetime.

    d.

    Medicare inpatient psychiatric coverage is limited to the same number of days covered for typical inpatient stays.

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    During a sales presentation, your client asks you whether the Medicare agency recommends that she sign up for your plan or stay in Original Medicare.  What should you tell her?

    a.

    Tell her that, because you represent a Medicare health plan, you therefore work for Medicare, and the information you offer her is a good basis of any decision she makes.

    b.

    Tell her that the Medicare agency does not endorse or recommend any plan.

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    Tell her that Medicare recommends that beneficiaries enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan because it will serve her better than Original Medicare.

    d.

    Tell her that Medicare or CMS (the Medicare agency) has approved and endorsed the plan.

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    Mr. Bickford did not quite qualify for the extra help low-income subsidy under the Medicare Part D Prescription Drug program and he is wondering if there is any other option he has for obtaining help with his considerable drug costs.  What should you tell him?

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