Why Doesn T Medicare Cover Dental?
I know this is a really ridiculous question but for some reason I keep thinking about it and it keeps bothering me and I can t figure out why.
I think the problem is that I just don t understand how the medical system works, or at least how it works in the USA. It makes sense to me that hospitals and doctors would get paid for services rendered, but what I don t understand is why they get paid for services that they don t render.
I understand that if I break my leg, the medicare plan will pay for my hospital stay and my broken leg. But what I don t get is why they also pay for room and board if I don t break my leg. I don t get why they get paid when I have a baby. I don t get why they get paid when I get pneumonia. I don t get why they get paid when I get a cold.
There s a big difference between paying for medical services and paying for food and board. It s one thing to pay for medical services if you don t have medical insurance, but it s a completely different thing if you have insurance. I know that doctors and hospitals need to be paid for the services they render. I just don t understand why I have to pay for things that I don t need or want.
I have never had a baby.
I m very happy that the healthcare system pays for babies, but I am not happy to pay for doctors and hospitals to deliver babies.
I have never broken a leg.
I m very happy that the healthcare system can pay for broken legs, but I don t want to pay for doctors and hospitals to fix a broken leg.
I ve never had pneumonia, why do I have to pay for antibiotics and medical care for pneumonia?
I ve never had a cold, why do I have to pay for the medical care for a cold?
I know that people who don t have health insurance don t get these things. They are lucky because they have access to a healthcare system. I m lucky too. I have healthcare insurance. I just don t understand why I want to pay for things I don t need, and don t want. I don t get why medicare pays for medical care that I don t need and don t want.
I ask myself, why do I have to pay for medicine when I don t have a cold. Why do I have to pay for the hospital bill if I don t break my leg. Why do I have to pay for the hospital bill if I don t have a baby. I think it makes sense to pay for these things if you don t have any healthcare insurance. I don t want to pay for them if I do have healthcare insurance.
I also realize that healthcare is not free. Healthcare is expensive. Someone is paying for my healthcare. Either I pay for it, or someone else pays for it. The only way I can pay for it is with my tax dollars. So I m paying for other people s babies and broken legs and colds.
I want my tax dollars to pay for things that I need and want. I don t want my tax dollars to pay for things that I don t want. I want my tax dollars to pay for my healthcare. I don t want my tax dollars to pay for other people s healthcare.
I know it s not really a ridiculous question, I just don t understand it, and it s bothering me. I don t understand why I have to pay for medicine when I don t have a cold.
I know that there s a lot of confusion about what medicare covers. A lot of people think that medicare covers all of your medical bills. That s not true. The medicare part A program only covers hospital stays. It doesn t pay for anything else. Most people have a private health insurance that will pay for medical services that aren t covered by medicare.
Medicare is a very confusing program. It s complicated, and there s a lot of misinformation out there. I think that the confusion about medicare is a big problem with medicare. People think that medicare will pay for a lot of things that it doesn t cover. People think they have coverage for things that they don t have coverage for. I think that the confusion about medicare is also a big problem for doctors and hospitals. Hospitals and doctors aren t sure what they are going to get paid for. It would be better if medicare were simpler and more straightforward.
As far as I know, medicare doesn t pay for colds. But it does pay for pneumonia. I don t know if pneumonia is considered a cold. But I did think that medicare was going to pay for cold medicine. When I had a cold, I went to the pharmacy to get some cold medicine. I found out that it s not covered by medicare. I paid for my cold medicine out of pocket.
It s true that most people are covered by a private health insurance. But it s true that medicare is the big health insurance plan. A lot of people are covered by medicare. And a lot of people are covered by medicare as the secondary health insurance.
Medicare is the biggest health insurance in the USA. The medicare part A program alone has almost 50 million enrollees. I think it has close to 60 million enrollees. So there are a lot of people who think that medicare is going to cover their medical bills. I think that a lot of people think that medicare is going to cover their medical bills when it doesn t. I don t know how to change this. But I think it s a big problem.
Medicare is a big program. The part A program alone has almost 50 million enrollees. A lot of people are covered by medicare. And a lot of people are covered by medicare as the secondary insurance.
I think it makes sense for the government to pay for healthcare for people who have no healthcare. I don t know how I feel about the government paying for things