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Medicare Cost Plans: Eligibility, Coverage, and Costs

Medicare Cost plans are private Medicare health plans that are only available in certain parts of the country. Plan members who use in-network providers will have lower costs and the most coverage, but there's also an option to use out-of-network providers... Read more

A Beginner’s Guide to Medicare

As someone new to Medicare, you may be a little confused about your Medicare coverage options. You might have many choices, often with different rules, coverage limits, doctors, and costs. You worked hard to get Medicare. Now it’s time to make sure Medicare... Read more

Can I Get Medicare if I’m Still Working?

If you haven’t yet retired, can you still sign up for Medicare? You might be eligible for Medicare even if you’re still working. You might be interested in Medicare coverage if you have no health insurance, or feel your current insurance is inadequate –... Read more

When Can Medicare be a secondary payer?

Medicare payment usually works seamlessly. You generally pay a coinsurance amount or copayment and don't have to worry about filing a Medicare claim. But if you have other health insurance besides Medicare, then Medicare might be a secondary payer. Let's take... Read more

Obamacare vs. Medicare for People with Disabilities

You might be eligible for Medicare in some cases if you have a disability. But just because you can get Medicare coverage, does that mean you have to take it instead of a major medical health plan under Obamacare? That's what this article is all... Read more

Understanding the differences between Medicare Advantage HMOs and PPOs

Medicare Advantage: an alternative way to receive your Medicare benefits The Medicare Advantage (Part C) program offers you a different way to receive your Original Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) and Part B (medical insurance) benefits. (However, Part... Read more

What’s New about the Medicare Card in 2018?

If you have Medicare, you can expect to receive a new Medicare card. Between April 2018 and April 2019, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) will mail new Medicare cards to more than 60 million Medicare beneficiaries. Because this mailing is... Read more

What Happens if You Miss Medicare Open Enrollment?

The Medicare Open Enrollment Period is also known as the Annual Election Period (AEP) for Medicare health and prescription drug plans. It's also called the Fall Open Enrollment Period. This time period happens only once a year. If you miss the Medicare Open... Read more

How will Obamacare Repeal Affect Medicare?

With talk in the news about an Obamacare repeal, you may be wondering how that would affect Medicare. We don't have a crystal ball, but let's explore what news reports are saying about whether and how Medicare may be affected by a possible Obamacare... Read more

Medicare Made Easy

Most people who are applying for Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) are learning about their Medicare coverage options for the first time. This includes individuals who are age 65 and older, as well as those under 65 who qualify due certain disabilities or... Read more




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