Mississippi

Medicare for Seniors

Client Legal Education Materials

This section of MSLegalServices.org has information and resources about Medicare for seniors in Mississippi.

  • 2010 Medicare/Medicaid Manual

    ´╗┐This manual has been prepared as a useful guide to providers and consumers. It will assist you in learning about the health care programs available to Mississippi's elderly and disabled population. It will also provide you with a resource guide composed of various national and state agencies concerned with elder law, health care, and consumer protection. This manual is not intended, nor should it be used, as a substitute for medical, legal, or professional advice. Users of this guide should always consult with a doctor, attorney or other qualified professional before relying on the information contained in this publication. The directory listings in the "Resources" section of this manual are provided for your convenience and should not be construed as an endorsement by North Mississippi Rural Legal Services. Content Detail

  • Medicare

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    North Mississippi Rural Legal Services
  • Medicare Choice Plan

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    North Mississippi Rural Legal Services
  • Medicare Part A

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    North Mississippi Rural Legal Services
  • Medicare and Medicaid

    Millions of Americans have their medical costs paid with the help of Medicare or Medicaid. Medicare assists persons age 65 or older or who are disabled and some spouses and former spouses. People who meet other requirements qualify regardless of income level. Medicaid pays for medical services for some low income persons who meet income, asset and other requirements. Learn more about these valuable services. Content Detail

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    The Mississippi Bar
  • Medicare FAQ

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    Lawyers.com
  • Medicare Part B

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    North Mississippi Rural Legal Services
  • Prescription Drug Coverage under Medicare

    Information on prescription drug coverage for people with Medicare. Content Detail

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    Lawyers.com