Posts Tagged ‘Medicaid’

Using Medicaid to Get Needed Home Care

Written by NY Press on . Posted in Healthy Manhattan, News Our Town, News West Side Spirit, Our Town, Special Sections, West Side Spirit

By Roy Herndon Smith People often call a geriatric care manager when they are in crisis. Unfortunately, lack of information or faulty information about Medicaid often contributes to the crises. For example, George’s 85-year-old father, Tom, who was healthy and living alone, was out shopping when he stumbled, fell and could not get back on [&hellip
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Advocacy Groups Rally Downtown in Support of Supreme Court Healthcare Ruling

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Blog, Breaking News

A number of groups and individuals met today in Foley Square to rally in support of SCOTUS upholding the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Health Care for All New York organized a “Rally to Respond” to the ruling, which was quickly retitled a “Rally to Celebrate,” announced Director Mark Hannay to the crowd. Hannay was among [&hellip
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Myths About Medicaid

Written by Our Town on . Posted in Lifestyle

Lunch at Retirement Home Myth: I cannot become eligible for Medicaid because my assets are too high. Fact: Applicants for Community Medicaid in New York State must have less than $14,250 (for a single person) or $20,850 (combined assets for a married couple). An applicant’s residence does not count as an asset if the market value of the home, [&hellip
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While Deaths Dwindle, Startling HIV/AIDS Infection Rates Continue

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By Penny Gray St. Luke’s-Roosevelt’s nationally renowned Center for Comprehensive Care (CCC) has just opened a new location on West 17th Street in Chelsea. This brand-new, state-of-the-art facility at 230 W. 17th St. joins the CCC’s other outstanding locations in New York City focused on HIV management. “We have a beautiful space designed with the [&hellip
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