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
Medicare Part D Tiers: What Are They, and What Is Usually Listed on Each Tier
The Medicare Part D formulary tiers have different types of drugs, both generic and brand name, covered for different prices. Most commonly there are tiers 1-5, with 1 covering the lowest-cost drugs and 5 covering the most expensive specialty medications.Read more
Obamacare Open Enrollment Period: What You Need to Know About the Affordable Care Act
Many people have heard of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. However, understanding exactly what it can do for you and your family and how to take advantage of it during the Open Enrollment Period from Nov 1-Dec 15 can save you money.Read more
Medicare Plan F, G, and N: What Are They, and How Much Do They Cost?
Medicare Plans F, G and N are Medicare Supplemental Insurance plans that can be purchased to help supplement your Original Medicare benefits. These popular plan options can help you cover the extra out-of-pocket costs that Original Medicare doesn’t cover.Read more
Medicare Advantage to Medicare Supplement Insurance: Making the Move
If you are thinking about switching from a Medicare Advantage plan to a Medicare Supplement Insurance plan during an Open Enrollment Period there are some things you should know to help make the transition smooth and avoid coverage gaps.Read more
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