Tennessee to get Medicare, Medicaid funds
Memphis Business Journal, April 8, 2008
The Tennessee Health Insurance Assistance Program will get $793,699 from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to help Medicare beneficiaries in the state get more information about their healthcare choices.The programs will use community-based networks to provide Medicare beneficiaries with local, personalized assistance.
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