Articles By: Woodrow Wilcox

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Think Medicaid Works Well?

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Think Medicaid Works Well?

In 2009, the leader of a think tank in Washington, D.C. asked me to edit a research project which the think tank had sponsored on problems with Medicaid. I was flattered and honored that a think tank based in D.C. noticed my articles on Medicare problems and thought enough of my writing to ask for my help. In that project, I learned much about the problems with Medicaid. Some of them are similar to the problems in Medicare.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Another Complaint Filed

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Another Complaint Filed

Here are the facts. Earlier in the year, the client visited me and we reviewed documents about an unpaid bill. I learned from the client’s Medicare supplement insurance company that it had already paid the bill in question. The insurance company gave me the amount, the date of issuing the check, and the check number.

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Mark Levin speaking at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

My Dispute with Mark Levin

On the issue of free trade and tariffs, Mark Levin is not a Constitutionalist. I am referring to the national radio show host Mark Levin. That’s right! I said it!

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – No Record Found

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – No Record Found

With our client in the office, I phoned Medicare. To our surprise, the medical biller never filed one of the claims with Medicare. The medical biller was telling the senior citizen to pay $433.50 without first filing the claim with Medicare. That’s a violation of Medicare rules.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – 17 Claims Missing

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – 17 Claims Missing

On February 27, 2017, I reviewed a medical bill for a client from Gary, Indiana. The bill sought $261.15 from the client for 17 different doctor visits in 2016 and 2017.

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Proud to Be a Pain

Proud to Be a Pain

Important people in Washington and elsewhere want everyone in America to believe that the federal government can run things better than anyone else. But, if letting the federal government run our health care is such a great idea, why are there so many problems with Medicare, Medicaid, and Obamacare?

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Avoid Expensive Taxi Rides

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Avoid Expensive Taxi Rides

I believe that the client used an ambulance service to go to an appointment with a doctor. The normal rule is that if an ambulance was not used in a life threatening situation, Medicare will not cover or help pay for it.

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SOS: Speaking of Senior – Saved Munster Woman $206.49

SOS: Speaking of Senior – Saved Munster Woman $206.49

It took work over a few months, but I finally got a hospital in Illinois to admit that our client who lives in Munster DOES NOT OWE A BALANCE. I asked and the hospital agreed to send a statement to the client which shows zero balance owed.

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Open Borders Hurts Women

Open Borders Hurts Women

Open borders allow illegal immigrants to easily cross our borders. Also, open borders allows criminals on both sides of the border to easily network and cooperate for their profit. That often leads to sex slavery of young women, including Mexican women.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – President Trump, Please Scrap LED

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – President Trump, Please Scrap LED

Here is an idea to save millions of dollars and thousands of man hours. Scrap the LATE ENROLLMENT PENALTY for seniors who enroll in a Medicare Part D plan. Here is why.

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