Earlier this year the Social Security Trustees estimated that if Congress does nothing to change Social Security’s financing, Social Security’s combined retirement and disability trust funds would become insolvent by 2034. When that occurs, benefits would be automatically cut by 21% as mandated by law. Read more »
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Hospitals provide observation care for patients who are not well enough to go home but not sick enough to be admitted. The care may seem just like what an admitted patient receives. But surprises can arise in billing. This video by Francis Ying and Thu Nguyen, narrated by Lynne Shallcross, explains what happens. Watch the video »
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