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    difarenc betwen medicate and medicale insurence

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    Differences between Medicaid and Medicare. Both government-sponsored programs designed to help cover healthcare costs. Because the programs have similar names, people are often confused about how the programs work and what coverage they offer. While both were established by the U.S. government in 1965 and are taxpayer funded, they are actually very different programs with differing eligibility requirements and coverage. In the most basic sense, Medicare is designed to help with long-term care for the elderly, while Medicaid covers healthcare costs for the poor, but there is much more to it than this.  Learn differences here>> http://www.investopedia.com/articles/pf/07/medicare-vs-medicaid.asp

    Age I think. Medicaid you have to be 65 or something.  Medicare yo should be that old but if you have a disability, you can get it…………………….



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