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Getting What You Paid For: Extending Medicare to Eligible Beneficiaries in Mexico

Getting What You Paid For: Extending Medicare to Eligible Beneficiaries in Mexico

Project directed by David C. Warner

This volume is the result of a year-long policy research project investigating the feasibility of extending Medicare coverage in some form to beneficiaries of the program who live in Mexico. It is the fourth in a series of research projects that have touched on this ongoing topic over the last nine years. The book examines the present limitations on Medicare and Medicaid coverage, reviews the cost of living, incomes, and present health care structures available to Americans currently living in Mexico, and details options for extending Medicare benefits to Mexico and the issues involved in implementing such coverage.

U.S. Mexican Policy Reports Series No. 10
1999 / 6" x 9" / 234 pp.
ISBN-10: 0-89940-329-8
Publication Code (MPR-10)

 

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