Derechos y Protecciones de Medicare

Derechos y Protecciones de Medicare

Derechos y Protecciones de Medicare

Derechos y Protecciones de Medicare

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End-Stage Renal Disease is defined as permanent kidney failure that requires a regular course of dialysis or a kidney transplant. Dialysis is a treatment that cleans your blood when your kidneys don’t work. It gets rid of harmful waste, extra salt, and fluids that build up in your body. It also helps control blood pressure and helps your body keep the right amount of fluids. Dialysis treatments may help you feel better and live longer, but they aren’t a cure for permanent kidney failure. A kidney transplant is a type of surgery that puts someone else’s healthy kidney into your body. This donated kidney does the work that your own kidneys can no longer do. Individuals may get a kidney from someone who has recently died, or from someone who’s still living, like a family member. The blood and tissue of the person who gives you the kidney must be tested to see how well they match yours so that your body won’t reject the new kidney. To be covered by Medicare, your kidney transplant must be done in a hospital that’s Medicare-certified to do kidney transplants.

COURSE INFORMATION

60 minValid for 12 monthsCreated 2020-09-15Updated 2020-09-15

Course Objectives

  • Define Medicare Advantage (MA) plans.
  • Describe how MA Plans work.
  • Explain eligibility requirements and enrollment.
  • Recognize types of MA plans.
  • Identify other Medicare health plans.
  • Explain rights, protections, and appeals.
  • Summarize the Medicare Communication and Marketing Guidelines (MCMG)

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