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The Disconnection between Medical Costs and Medicare Coverage

Medical_Symbol_01  Actual Medical Costs for Seniors continue to rise as Congress continues to rewrite what is covered by Medicare. This is leading to a migration of many Doctors and other Medical Service Providers away from accepting new patients who are on Medicare.

In addition, the professions treating many medical problems are increasing their billing charges to offset their projected losses from the reduced coverage and these charges can be catastrophic for many uncovered patients.

Click on the links below to read my article on this serious disconnection in the medical world between real charges and cost and what Medicare has been stripped of covering.

The Medicare Disconnection

by Don Bobbitt, 2013

Copyright Don Bobbitt, 2013, All Rights Reserved

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As a Storyteller from the South, it was only natural that I turned to writing about the many fantastic things I have seen and experienced in my decades traveling in my RV. I love to write about what I see, with my favorite being; interesting and amazing places. Tiki Bars with character, Beautiful Sunsets as well as Interesting People and Great Conversations. I am a decent photographer, a terrible investor, and a good friend at those who get to know me.
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