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Yes, you will need to have a Social Security number and be able to show proof of your legal immigration status.
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Generally, these procedures are cosmetic in nature and not paid for by insurance. Whether or not your insurer will cover the surgery depends on...
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It was only last summer that the law changed so that Medicare can recognize eligibility for same-sex spouses. It's entirely possible that...
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You can seek care at a community-based health clinic. They offer medical services on a sliding scale. You can find a clinic by searching the U.S...
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You need prior authorization (approval) before your prescription will be filled. You need to contact the company administering your benefits to...
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Yes, short-term plans are not considered qualified health plans under the law. If you carry one of these plans and don't buy a major medical...
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Everyone will qualify for coverage. Perhaps you're referring to subsidies that can lower the cost of coverage? That's based on income...
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It sounds like this is a medical, rather than a dental issue even though the pain may be in your mouth. If that's the case, Medicare should cover...
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You won't qualify for Medicare early due to your illness, but the Affordable Care Act does guarantee you access to private health insurance. And...
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Hi If you look up in your area you should be able to find a free walk in clinic, or an ER that's free, you should find help there.But from what...
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I can't respond to the medical issue, but you can go to a local urgent care center to get care if you're uninsured.
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People with work-based insurance that's considered affordable under the law won't qualify for subsidies if they, instead of taking their...
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You can start on WebMD's state pages for a primer on plans in your state. But you'll need to go to Healthcare.gov to view all of the plans...
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Income changes can move you from a Medicaid plan back to an exchange health plan mid-year. Some states are making special provisions for this back...
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You're now guaranteed a health plan which will help you pay for the care you need to address your bipolar disorder and ptsd, and if your income...
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