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Medicare Expansion: President Clinton's Proposals to Allow Coverage Before Age 65

Description: This report discusses medicare expansion; President Clinton's proposal to allow people ages 62 through 64 to buy into Medicare if they do not have access to employer-sponsored or federal health insurance.
Date: March 31, 1998
Creator: Lyke, Bob; Fuchs, Beth C; O'Sullivan, Jennifer & Smith, Madeleine T
Item Type: Report
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Medicare: Financing the Part A Hospital Insurance Program

Description: This report discusses Medicare, which consists of two distinct parts — Part A (Hospital Insurance (HI)) and Part B (Supplementary Medical Insurance (SMI)). Part A is financed primarily through payroll taxes levied on current workers and their employers. Income from these taxes is credited to the HI trust fund. Part B is financed through a combination of monthly premiums paid by current enrollees and general revenues. Income from these sources is credited to the SMI trust fund.
Date: May 5, 1998
Creator: O'Sullivan, Jennifer
Item Type: Report
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Medicare: Payments to Physicians

Description: This report discusses payments for physicians services under Medicare that are made on the basis of a fee schedule.
Date: January 28, 1998
Creator: O'Sullivan, Jennifer
Item Type: Report
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Medicare: Private Contracts

Description: This report discusses private contracting for medicare,which is the term used to describe situations where a physician and a patient agree not to submit a claim for a service which would otherwise be covered and paid for by Medicare.
Date: October 21, 1997
Creator: O'Sullivan, Jennifer & Echeverria, Cecilia O
Item Type: Report
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Older Americans Act: 106th Congress Legislation

Description: This report provides brief legislative background for Older Americans Act programs expired at the end of FY1995. The report discusses issues with re-authorization and 106th Congress proposals.
Date: October 6, 1999
Item Type: Report
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