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Health Care -- Getting It and Paying for It
AODA Policies in Wisconsin This pages contains links to the Policy memorandum of the Bureau of Quality Assurance of thw Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services.
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law Legal advocacy for the civil rights and human dignity of people with mental disability
Benefits Check Up This is an interactive questionaire that will help you determine the public benefits to which you may be entitled in Wisconsin. It checks for Food Stamps, Medical Assistance, Family Care SSI, W-2 and other programs. It is sponsored by the National Council on the Aging.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services This federal agency used to be known as the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA). It has a great deal of very technical information about Medicare and Medicaid. For general informational booklets, try the Medicare Home page at www.medicare.gov
Children With Special Health Care Needs Program in Wisconsin This site, maintained by the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, contains information about the Department's child health programs
Gray's Anatomy Online The well-known anatomy book online, courtesy of Bartleby.com
Guide to Wisconsin's Medicare Managed Health Care Program Legal Action of Wisconsin's detailed guide to Title 19 Managed Health Care program
Index to DHFS OPS Memos This page contains links to Operations Memos of the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services. "Ops Memos" are policy statements a level below agency regulations publish in the Wisconsin Administrative Code.
Medicare Home Page "Official" medicare home page of the Unitied States Department of Health and Human Services.
Medicare and Home Health Care Booklet (30 pages) published by the federal government describing what kinds of home health care Medicare covers.
Merck Manuals Online version of popular medical information manual
Needy Meds.com information about drug company programs to provide prescription drugs to the needy
SeniorLAW -- Helping Seniors in Southeastern Wisconsin SeniorLAW is a project of Legal Action of Wisconsin serving individuals who are 60 years of age and older.
Your Right to Receive Medicaid Information on Wisconsin's Medicaid Programs, including eligibility guidelines, application process, and coverage, W-2, and Medicare HMOs in Milwaukee
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