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MasteringMedicare episode 18: Medicaid Long Term Care: interview with Robert Bullock Esq.

In this amazing interview with Robert Bullock, a DC-based Elder Law attorney, from The Elder & Disability Law Center, Dr. Amy Schiffman and Dr. Alex Mohseni discuss Medicaid Long Term Care coverage. We cover these topics:

What is Medicaid
Medica long term care eligibility
What does Medicaid waiver mean?
How does one qualify for Medicaid
Medical eligibility for Medicaid long term care
Financial eligibility for Medicaid long term care
Most people are in crisis mode when trying to qualify for Medicaid long term care
How are patients assigned to rehab
Medicaid 5 year lookback
Put your assets into an irrevocable trust at least 5 years before you think you made need Medicaid
Why doesn't Medicaid cover ALF
Medicaid long term care payments are like a loan
Medicaid estate recovery
Atlantic article on Medicaid estate recovery
Life care Planning and Management
At what age should everybody talk to an elder law attorney
Video version of this episode:

Robert's contact information: 202-452-0000

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