What Medicare Covers for COVID-19: A Guide to the Types of Coverage Medicare Enrollees Can Access
When it comes to what Medicare covers for COVID-19, it can be helpful to see all your options laid out. Original Medicare is designed to cover basic aspects of care in hospitals and clinics, which means if you get sick with COVID-19 and have to go to the hospital it will be covered the same way as any other visit.Read more
Finding a Doctor: How to Choose the Best Health Provider for You
Having a doctor you are comfortable with and trust is important to your health and well-being. Whether you have recently moved, had a bad experience with your current doctor or are new to Medicare it is worthwhile to invest time finding a doctor you can trust.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.
Jeanette Darrouzet-Nardi, 2 years ago 0 4 min read
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
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.
Pax Robinson, 3 years ago 1 4 min read
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.
Pax Robinson, 3 years ago 1 5 min read
Medicare Supplement Deadlines: The Dates You Should Know
Medicare Supplement Insurance—also known as Medigap—does not have annual enrollment periods and can be purchased throughout the year.Read more
Can I Keep My Family on Medicare or Bundle My Medicare With My Partner?
Many people shopping for Medicare wonder if they can bundle insurance with their partner, since that is a feature with so many private insurance plans. Here are some of the most common questions associated with sharing Medicare benefits with a spouse.
Jeanette Darrouzet-Nardi, 3 years ago 0 3 min read
Medicare Chiropractic Care: Are Chiropractic Services Covered by Medicare Supplement Insurance?
If you are one of the 25% of Americans who recently sought medical treatment for neck or lower back pain, you may be wondering if your Medicare Supplement Insurance policy covers these services. This depends almost entirely on whether or not the recommended treatments are…Read more
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