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Many people have questions about Medicare, the different programs, the home health benefit, and what exactly is Part D prescription drug benefits. There is a lot of online material that will help with these questions. The federal government’s website is a great starting point. From there one can apply for Medicare, find a provider, or determine if a particular service is covered. But if you need more information, the Elderlaw Portfolio Series might be just what you are looking for. In the latest supplement, they update three different portfolios which provide in-depth coverage of this issues. Visit your local Trial Court Law Library for more information.

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