New Medicare Cards for Senior's

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    The reasoning is sound. The change will take some getting used to though.
     
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    This changeover will make Obamacrap look like a walk in the park.
     
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    Please call it by the correct name of the Affordable Care Act. That's what Obama prefers it be called now that it's proven to be such a f*cking disaster.

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    Whatever you say, Nancy .......
     
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    I wonder what will happen to those seniors who can't find their cards. Currently, I have only ONE MA carrier who will verify Medicare eligibility for me. Even so, they have gotten extremely picky by demanding to speak with the beneficiary before eligibility is given. I wonder if more companies would step it up to provide those services for us out in the field.
     
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    Things are hardly what they appear to be. There is an ulterior motive to this, and it is not your identity protection.
     
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    It would help alot if when this gets implemented they still allow clients/agents to look up their Medicare status on the Medicare.gov website using their S.S. number and Part A & B effective dates and then show their new Medicare number once we put in all that information. That way if we are with a client we can always double check the correct number we should use on an application.
     
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