Anyone working in the healthcare field will likely come in contact with some aspects of the Medicare program. It is good to have a general knowledge of how the program works.
General Medicare Quiz
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Part A of Medicare is called:
prescription drug benefit
children's health insurance program
Part C of Medicare is known as:
Medicare Advantage Plans
Prescription Drug Benefit Plans
Affordable Care Act
Americans younger than age 65 with the following diagnosis are allowed to enroll in Medicare upon diagnosis of the disease.
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Question 3 Explanation:
Source - Medicare Resources.org
The federal agency that runs the Medicare Program:
This is a type of health insurance that one buys from a private insurance company that covers healthcare costs that are not covered by Medicare. It is a Medicare supplement.
Health care entities must meet these standards in order to participate in the Medicare program. These standards establish the health and safety foundation to improving quality and care given to Medicare beneficiaries.