MediGap Enrollment: How Do I Enroll in MediGap?
The best time to enroll in MediGap — especially for people with pre-existing health conditions — is during the open enrollment period that begins six months after the date that Medicare Part B becomes effective if you are 65 years old. After this period ends, there is no guarantee you will be eligible for a MediGap plan. Many people, however, can still qualify.Read more
Medicare for Cancer: 5 Types of Preventative Care Medicare Covers for Cancer
Prevention and screening for cancer is one major aspect of healthcare most people want to have figured out ahead of time, and if you have a Medicare plan you probably want to take advantage of these benefits.Read more
Telehealth, Office Visits, Video, and More: What is the Best Way to Connect With Your Healthcare Provider?
Overall, an estimated 41%–42% of U.S. adults reported having delayed or avoided seeking care during the pandemic because of concerns about COVID-19, including 12% who reported having avoided seeking urgent or emergency care. Not surprisingly telehealth options are exploding in popularity.Read more
Special Enrollment Period: What Is It, and Do You Qualify?
A Special Enrollment Period (SEP) refers to a period of time where it is possible to sign up for a Medicare plan outside of the initial enrollment period or yearly Open Enrollment Period.Read more
Guaranteed Issue Rights: What Are They, and Do You Qualify?
Guaranteed Issue Rights are also known as “Medigap protections,” because they can help protect your rights to qualify for Medicare Supplement Insurance coverage (also known as Medigap coverage).Read more
Surprise Medical Bills: 4 Common Assumptions That Can Lead to Catastrophic Medical Bills
Taking stock of any Medicare misconceptions you might have and fully researching plan options is the best way to ensure you protect your health and financial assets.Read more
Medicare Donut Hole: What is the Medicare Part D “Donut Hole”?
The “donut hole” that exists in the space between the initial coverage limit on Medicare Part D and the catastrophic-coverage threshold has shrunk considerably since 2010 due to a provision of the Affordable Care Act, but there is still a gap between those types of coverage.Read more
Medicare and Mental Health: What Aspects of Mental Health Does My Medicare Plan Cover?
Mental health is a component of your overall health that includes your mental, emotional and social wellbeing. To help answer your questions and make sure you get the care you need, we have compiled a guide to getting the mental health care you need within the Medicare system.Read more
Medicare for Older Adults: Are You Over 75? No Problem! Medicare for People Ages 75+
When choosing between Original Medicare, Medicare Supplement Insurance and Medicare Advantage plans, it’s natural for some of your needs to be a bit different with age. There may be a few new considerations when selecting which plan you want as you get for your changing health needs.Read more
Do I Need Medicare Supplement Insurance? Why the Benefits Usually Outweigh the Cost
If you take excellent care of yourself and rarely visit the doctor except for routine, preventative care, you may be wondering—do I need Medicare Supplement insurance? A Medicare supplement insurance plan helps pay the healthcare costs that original Medicare doesn’t cover, but if you don’t…Read more
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