The "People Power" Health Superbook Book 4. Help With Medical Care & Drugs from Various Sources by Tony Kelbrat

The "People Power" Health Superbook Book 4. Help With Medical Care & Drugs from Various Sources

byTony Kelbrat

Kobo ebook | February 28, 2014

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The federal government helps indigent people with medical care through medicaid.gov.  

Most states help out.  They have the a state “medicaid” office.  It’s usually a part of their state website

There are lots of NGOs and charitable organizations out there.

Everybody’s case is different.

This book is a good starting point.

Much of the medical assistance to low income people, seniors and children originates from Medicare, medicare.gov/publications/pubs/pdf.

For medical assistance programs from local and state governments, try their department of social services.

For most medical assistance from the state governments, the key words I've seen are "low income" and "medical assistance" so you either go to the general website of your state government or its medical website (dept of health) which is somewhere in this book and type the term "medical assistance" into it.

Try these websites for possible medical and financial assistance.

acf.dhhs.gov, 877-696-6775, administration for children and families.
childrenshospitals.net, national assn. of children's hospitals and related institutions.
familiesusa.org, 800-593-5041
fns1.usda.gov/uic, women, infants and children's programs.
hcfa.gov, cms.hhs.gov, operates medicare and medicaid.
hiaa.org, 800-879-4422, health insurance assn. of america.
jcaho.org, joint commission on accreditation of health care organizations.
ncqa.org, committee for quality assurance.
ssa.gov/notices/supplemental-security-income, 800-772-1213.
urac.org, american accreditation commission.
ctmedicalprogram.com, connecticut medical assistance program.
helpingpatients.org, medical assistance programs.
amerihealthmercy.com

These are some state and local websites.

schsp.org, south carolina human service providers.
wa.gov/dshs/maa
welfare.state.nv.us/elig_pay/medical_home.htm
baltimorecountymd.gov/agencies/health/
dhmh.state.md.us, the maryland department of health and mental hygiene.
dhmh.state.md.us/mma/mmahome.html
ct.gov/dss/cwp/view.asp, medical assistance to low income persons.
dhhs.state.nc.us/dma/, division of medical assistance
dhs.state.mn.us
dmas.virginia.gov, department of medical assistance services.
ctmedicalprogram.com, connecticut medical assistance program.
state.pa.us/lowinc/medassistance/

American State Governments

Many cities, counties and states have licensing requirements, therefore licensing boards and trade/ professional organizations.  Some consider their lists to be public domain so the public has access to these records.

If you're looking for public records, there are several other offices in the state system that could help you with your search such as fishing/ hunting licenses, state prison locator service, bankruptcy courts, worker compensation records, state parent locators, libraries, etc.

Your state government has a department for just about everything.  There is a book called the National Directory of State Agencies at #353.9 at your local library which lists all the addresses and phone numbers or you could buy it if you want.

 

Title:The "People Power" Health Superbook Book 4. Help With Medical Care & Drugs from Various SourcesFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 28, 2014Publisher:People PowerLanguage:English

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