Medicare Caps on Therapy for 2018

Medicare Caps on Therapy for 2018

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There are new Medicare caps on therapy for 2018. Medicare 2018 Caps –   Outpatient therapy caps: For occupational therapy, the cap is $2,010. For physical therapy and speech-language pathology combined, it’s also $2,010. Details: Medicare.gov… You can apply for extensions in some circumstances. © 2018 Sandra Cobb, SurvivingTheCircus.com

Protecting Americans

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We need to get serious about protecting Americans! Congress is supposed to serve Americans, NOT the other way around. They should receive absolutely NO benefit that is not available to every other American. If you want to be called a Public Servant, then do your job! Remove health-care subsidies for Members of Congressand their families […]

Polls No Longer Viable

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UPDATE: Interesting tidbit of info… at the end of 2008, one in five homes did NOT have a landline telephone, and that rate had grown by over 2% the latter half of 2008. According to the CDC, this is the most recent data available by the federal government. http://www.cdc.gov/NCHS/data/nhis/earlyrelease/wireless200905.htm Who is at home with a […]

Woman awarded 10.7 Million

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New York City or more specifically, a hospital in Queens, neglected a woman for two hours during which time she lapsed into a coma and is now partially paralyzed. It seems she was waiting for a brain scan to check for bleeding in her brain. The lady is now 71 years old, not that it […]

Divided we Fail

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“A house divided against itself cannot stand.” Do you know who spoke of this idea – “divided we fail” – 150 years ago today? It was Abraham Lincoln on June 16, 1858. As of today, 300 members of Congress – far more than half – have signed the Divided We Fail pledge to work together […]

A Doctor Comments

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Browsing throught the Wall Street Journal Health Blog today I came across a comment posted by a doctor and thought it definitely worthy of posting here. It’s time we got a glimpse into the thoughts of our doctors concerning the deterioration of affordable health care in the US. PBS found some interesting data that would […]