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Linebaugh Tells It ALL from Medicare To Gardens
Linebaugh Tells It ALL from Medicare To Gardens

Learn everything from Medicare to Master Gardeners now at the Linebaugh Public Library.

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Murfreesboro Podiatrist to be sentenced after 16 Month Scheme to Defraud Medicare and More
Murfreesboro Podiatrist to be sentenced after 16 Month Scheme to Defraud Medicare and More

A Murfreesboro Podiatrist will be sentenced to prison later this month on January 26, 2018. 51 Year old...

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Murfreesboro Podiatrist Convicted of 16 Month Scheme to Defraud Medicare and More
Murfreesboro Podiatrist Convicted of 16 Month Scheme to Defraud Medicare and More

Podiatrist John J. Cauthon, 51, of Murfreesboro, Tenn., was convicted Wednesday (9/27/17) by a federal jury of four counts of health care fraud involving a 16-month scheme to defraud Medicare...

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Op ed: Warning to seniors who might be at risk of losing their Medicare assistance
Op ed: Warning to seniors who might be at risk of losing their Medicare assistance

"For the first time in several years, TennCare has begun to review whether a senior is still eligible for these programs. TennCare sends seniors a renewal packet, which has 17 pages of instructions and questions. If seniors do not complete the packet and send it back with any documents needed, they can lose their MSP assistance..."

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Medicare and Health Insurance Protestors
Medicare and Health Insurance Protestors

A group of protesters gathered for a brief period in front of Congress Scott DeJarlais Around 11:30 Wednesday morning (1/18/2017).

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Medicare Part D Open Enrollment Under Way in Tennessee
With the annual open enrollment now under way, those across the state with Medicare Part D or an Advantage Plan are being urged to take a fresh look at their coverage. The details from WGNS' John Michaelson.
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Probe by Tennessee Senators, Representatives Finds 30 of 98 Medicare Suppliers in Tennessee Not Licensed by State
Members of the Tennessee United States congressional delegation announced that their inquiry into whether the administration awarded Medicare contracts to businesses not licensed in Tennessee has resulted in the finding that 30 of 98 suppliers were not licensed and will have their contracts voided.
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"NO," Was heard loud and clear Wednesday in TN to the Medicaid Expansion
“All we’re asking from Washington is to allow us to use the federal funds to provide coverage on the health care exchange in the same way many other Tennesseans will access coverage regardless of whether or not we expand.  It’s a reasonable ask” 
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