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We’re all in this together #flattenthecurve

March 13, 2021
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The story behind ‘flatten the curve,’ the defining chart of the coronavirus. Like everyone else in healthcare, CoverMe is in crisis management mode. We are building and implementing support mechanisms in near real time for our hospital and long term care customers. From the needs of the most vulnerable
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Hospital Success Post-COVID: Rethinking Patient Payments

November 1, 2020
CoverMe Team
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Hospitals today are facing every problem they did before COVID — bulked-up Medicaid rolls, falling tax receipts, and patient responsibilities — but now with the complication of an unknowable post-pandemic future that is still unfolding. This all amounts to a looming state budget cliff that’s higher than it’s ever been; and the big losers
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Hospitals Expected to Take a Hit

October 31, 2019
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A recent study has found that 12 pieces of legislation and regulatory changes are estimated to decrease federal hospital reimbursement from 2010-2029. Twelve legislative acts, as well as regulatory changes from CMS, are estimated to reduce federal hospital reimbursement by $252.6 billion by 2029, a new report from the health economics consulting firm Dobson
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Medicare and Medicaid are insurance programs that are designed to benefit the people of the United States in various ways. In simple words:

Medicare is a federal health insurance program for persons who are over 64 years of age, persons with renal diseases, and certain younger people with disabilities. Medicaid is for people who fall under particular low-income criteria. People above the age of 65 will be served primarily and their medical bills are paid from trust funds, whatever their income.

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