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Why Medicare Has A Two-Year Waiting Period

What is the Medicare Two-Year Waiting Period? Under current law, people living with disabilities must first receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) for 24 months before they are eligible for Medicare benefits. Millions of Americans who are caught in this waiting period are unable to work in order to remain on an employer-sponsored health plan, unable to afford COBRA coverage, and are ineligible for Medicaid. This leaves about 39 percent of these individuals without any form of coverage at some point during the 24-month period. Tragically, an estimated 4 percent die while waiting for Medicare coverage. How does Health Reform fit in? The Affordable Care Act (ACA) did not explicitly address the Medicare Two-Year Waiting Period,...

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Not sure if this picture has any truth to it? If so I know im not the only one in trouble!!! I only get $1000 a month and if 250 goes towards medicare dont know what i will do?

Not sure if this picture has any truth to it? If so I know im not the only one in trouble!!! I only get $1000 a month and if 250 goes towards medicare dont know what i will do?

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