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Alzheimer's Assoc 090416
AN INTERVIEW WITH TRACY MORGAN WITH ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION ABOUT THE DISEASE, THE RESEARCH BEING DONE FOR A CURE, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK.
long term care about it Luke. When you're looking at Clark Atlantic Medicare beneficiaries. To learn about springtime it's great for payment. When you're looking at them into other eight are not going to be
PNW Hospice Foundation 040316
AN INTERVIEW WITH JEAN ROSENBAUM, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND J. ANDERSON, DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR WITH PNW HOSPICE FOUNDATION ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO GRANTING WISHES TO PEOPLE IN HOSPICE CARE AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING GALA.
fun buildings are programs. The medical portion of hospice is covered by Medicare . Medicaid or insurance. But for those patients in need where we're the ones that are there for matters of the heart. We
say anorexic and said that a 100% of hospice is covered by Medicare or insurance. But if you're pork and you can't afford to fly in your relative to say get fired and can't afford
For Every Kid 011716
AN INTERVIEW WITH LEEANNE FERGUSON, SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL DIRECTOR, ABOUT WHAT THEIR PROGRAM IS AND HOW THEY ARE TRYING TO IMPLEMENT SAFER WAYS FOR KIDS TO GET OUTSIDE IN THEIR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD AND AROUND THE METRO AREA.
some areas that vigilant about higher but and that acts. And then Medicare or really looking to try to bring it back out because the kids some of those levels and even higher. Notes generally
Sleep Train Toy Drive 112215
AN INTERVIEW WITH GINA DAVIS, VP OF MARKETING FOR SLEEP TRAIN ABOUT THE FOSTER KIDS TOY DRIVE HAPPENING.
it's it's it's a crazy number of kids think it's coming in Medicare every day around sometimes become Medicare . And you know several times throughout their lifetime and I'm semi remaining carried her whole life and and they may move three
Our House Cupcake Jones 080915
AN INTERVIEW WITH JAMES LINDQUIST, DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT AT OUR HOUSE AND LISA WATSON, OWNER OF CUPCAKE JONES, ABOUT THE WORK OUR HOUSE DOES FOR PEOPLE WITH HIV/AIDS, AND THE SUPPORT CUPCAKE JONES PROVIDES TO OUR HOUSE.
only for themselves but you know through any kind of Medicaid or Medicare program taxpayer money that type of thing. I'm working the other were providers help assess their needs and help fund their other
in and use our house. So everything is paid through Medicaid and Medicare so they what happens is that depending on what they are being provided per month for theirs thorough personal security whenever the
Success Northwest 062115
AN INTERVIEW WITH STACIA BAKER, OWNER OF SUCCESS NORTHWEST, ABOUT THE WORK SHE DOES IN HELPING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES GET JOBS, AND ABOUT OREGON SPECIAL NEEDS LAW.
from vocational rehabilitation. And a brokerages do things like me an inch. Medicare . And Social Security money for individuals. And they hire provider errors. To our employees. Disabled individuals to help them out in the
Oregon's Health Coop 1.25.15
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. RALPH PROWS, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF OREGON’S HEALTH COOP, A NON-PROFIT INSURANCE COMPANY IN OREGON.
And we do not provide Medicaid coverage. We are also not a Medicare plan we don't provide Medicare coverage. We do get people a little bit confused about that sometimes we offer. Straight commercial health insurance. For anybody that I
A discussion with Lorren Sandt, executive director for Caring Ambassadors, and organization helping spread awareness of hepatitis C and it’s complications and a cure.
this is disease discrimination. Being done by a insurance companies and our Medicare programs against people living with hepatitis C. Liver cancer is the fastest growing cancer in the United States to Rackley due to
it. Not to say I feel fine but to actually get a Medicare . Get a biopsy. Find out what is happening with your liver. Can guarantee you my brother never ever thought. That his liver
Affordable Care Act 101
A discussion with Rhonda Giles, the Director of Healthcare Reform and Product Implementation for PacificSource Health Plans, about the basic information every American needs to know about health care under the Affordable Care Act. www.healthcarelawguide.com
we've expanded to cover more people. So if you're not eligible for Medicare you're under age 65 in you household income of less than -- 130% of the federal poverty level. You are going to
obviously it's law. But will there be a government run option like Medicare is that something we're looking forward to in the future. Well I'm glad -- that we can that's really been a big
Oregon Health Coverage
A discussion with Dr. Ralph Prows, the CEO of Oregon’s Health CO-OP, about the options available to Oregon citizens in a post-Affordable Care Act world, including the ground-breaking strides the CO-OP is taking to further redefine the idea of what health insurance can be. www.ohcoop.org
around the world and said you know why don't we have a Medicare for all program. A single Payer system a public option being nature and we're used. To describe and. And efforts were very strong to try to shoot lights you Affordable Care Act are in such way that it would create this sort of single Payer. Medicare for all our options that the political. Power would not bear to see that happen. Instead they're armed senator Kent Conrad from