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  • Clinton and Gore promised a plan that would put a national health care card in every wallet.
  • This enables the app to actively map the symptoms observed with the details captured through the Care Card.
  • Within days, he was drawing welfare benefits, received a national health care card, and was free to live anywhere.
  • The service is also free if patients have a pensioner Concession care, health care card or a Veteran Affairs Gold card.
  • France T閘閏om mentions, as an example of usage, that 12 million updates to personal " carte vitale " health-care cards were made through Minitel.
  • The campaign included activities such as sending care kits and care cards to new mothers across the U . S . as a motivation.
  • Democrats respond with their handier symbol, the health care card they carry in their wallets, and occasionally ask Republicans if they have one, too.
  • A few provinces, such as Qu閎ec and Ontario, issue provincial health care cards which contain identification information, such as a photo of the bearer, their home address, and their date of birth.
  • The number of low-income earners applying for cheap health care cards from the Health Insurance Office has skyrocketed this year due to the faltering economy, Deputy Permanent Health Secretary Narongsak Angkasuwapala said yesterday.
  • Where a particular service is not covered, such as dentistry, optometry, and ambulance transport, patients must pay the full amount, unless they hold a Health Care card, which may entitle them to subsidised access.
  • The man was held Tuesday when he was found to be carrying a health care card belonging to one of his victims as he tried to pick up his confiscated motor scooter from the police.
  • For example, some blood pressure drugs are about A $ 30 a box, " but " if you have a'Health Care Card'( HCC ) ( unemployed, pensioner, disabled etc ) they are only $ 6 a box.
  • Those covered by government entitlements ( low-income earners, welfare recipients, Health Care Card holders, etc . ) and those covered under the Repatriation Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme ( RPBS ) have a reduced co-payment, which is $ 6.00 in 2014.
  • _Wear a medical emergency necklace or a bracelet, or carry a personalized emergency care card listing your doctor's name and number, medications used and foods that can cause reactions . ( Cards are available from The Food Allergy Network ).
  • Mail cards for Bosnia and Kosovo to : Any Service Member, I'm from ( list your school, city and state ), c / o USPS / Stars and Stripes Operation Holiday Care Card, Box 153, Unit 29480, APO AE 09211.
  • Remember how Bill Clinton electrified a joint session of Congress in 1993 by brandishing a prototype of a national health care card and calling for " health care that can never be taken away, health care that is always there "?
  • Advocates of the right of privacy questioned whether there were adequate safeguards on individual health records, which patients now carry around in paper folders that in the future may be accessible to anyone who passes a patient's electronic care card through a scanner.
  • Two-thirds of card sales are for the hand-delivered variety, Bolton said, so enveloped greeting cards will survive _ in fact, sales of sympathy and care cards has spiked 10-14 percent since the Sept . 11 terror attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.