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Frequently Asked Questions: Elder Law

What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid?

Medicare is a health insurance benefit that you receive as a result of having paid into the system over the years. It is essentially an elder health care plan. Medicaid is a welfare benefit. If you qualify under the Medicaid guidelines, both as to your income and your assets, Medicaid will pay for nursing home expenses.

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