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For nearly a half-century, Medicare has covered patients, regardless of age, who have end-stage renal disease, including paying the costs of kidney transplants and related care, which run about $100,000 per patient.
Few noticed when the House of Representatives in May overwhelming passed the imaginatively named “Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act of 2019.” The vote was 417-3.
The Trump administration on Tuesday released a final rule banning nursing homes from requiring residents to sign binding arbitration agreements as a condition for admission.
While the House was busy passing its defense spending bill last week, other members of Congress were introducing other legislation aimed at helping veterans.
Health insurers that treat millions of seniors have overcharged Medicare by nearly $30 billion over the past three years alone, but federal officials say they are moving ahead with long-delayed plans to recoup at least part of the money.
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