Medicare and Medicaid Law
Medicare is part of the Federal Government's Social Security Division and provides all United States citizens 65 years of age or older with long term care as well as coverage for the disabled. Eligibility is determined by various criteria set forth in the programs' policies. Whereas Medicaid, a federal and state program, ensures that individuals with lower incomes have access to health care. The criteria for Eligibility varies from state to state.
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