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Old 06-20-2018, 04:02 PM #71
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it is getting tougher ever year.

Our deductible is now $7K/YR (before coverage kicks in).
That's far too much. We are thinking about giving up a lot of care.


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I get Medicare, SSI, SS and Medicaid. I live in CA, and Medicaid is known as Medi-Cal/Partnership. All my medical bills are paid in full, including therapists/shrinks. Medicare usually only pays around 80% of medical bills unless you can afford to pay for the extra premiums. In my case, Medi-Cal picks up where Medicare leaves off. Also, docs only accept the amount Medicare is willing to pay, not the full amount they would normally charge.

Medicare also has drug programs for 'us' poor folks to pay for all our meds. Only $1.25 co-pays for generic meds.....little more for brand names. Fortunately I have all generic.
mine is the same as this plus i get transportation benefits to my appointments.
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I am currently looking for some help that are free!
where do you live? there should be free clinics near you..
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I am slightly fortunate as I am an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe and I live near another tribe that will work with me so I don't have to pay for services, however this does not extend to any emergency medical services I may require. My tribe will cover the costs but I have to call in before going in and get a referal and that is not an easy task so I do end up with medical bills for emergency services. Even if I lived closer to my tribe and brought those bills in it takes forever if at all for them to cover the cost. I have heard from other members that they are still trying to get the tribe to pay off their debts for emergency care.
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BUPA offer private healthcare in the UK and I'm paying for that.If you want to go private for skin problems then BUPA are the one of those.
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I pay $30 copay for therapy and $30 for psychiatrist through ACA sponsored insurance.
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