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Medicare and Employer Health Insurance

Do I need to enroll in Medicare when I turn 65 if I’m still working? If you have health care coverage through your employer, you may choose to delay enrollment in Medicare Part B when you turn 65, since Part B includes a monthly premium. You may be able... Read more

Medicare Pilot Program

If you or a family member are enrolled in Medicare, you may have seen a notice for a Medicare pilot program, also called research studies or demonstrations. If you are interested in becoming part of a Medicare pilot program, this is what you might want to... Read more

Under 65 with Pre-existing Condition: What are your Medicare coverage options

What is pre-existing condition? According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, a pre-existing condition is a health problem you had before the date that your new health coverage starts. Many conditions might be considered a pre-existing... Read more

What Type of Medicare Plan Might Be a Good Fit for You?

Are you new to Medicare? Choosing Medicare coverage can be a challenge. There may be several Medicare coverage choices in your vicinity. But how do you know which Medicare coverage choice might work for you? Medicare coverage choices: what are they? When... Read more

Affordable Medicare Coverage by State

While Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, is the same throughout the country, certain types of Medicare insurance may vary by insurance company and location. This includes Medicare Advantage (Part C), Medicare prescription drug coverage (Part D), and... Read more

Will My Medicare Premium Rise If I Get Sick?

Your monthly premium for Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) is set each year by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Original Medicare premiums are standardized, and the amount you pay depends on several factors including your income, but... 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

New to Medicare: How to plan for Medicare  

If you or a loved one are new to Medicare or approaching Medicare eligibility, you may have questions about how the program works, what's covered, the costs involved, and your benefit options. Here's a look at how to plan for Medicare and your health-care... Read more

Medicare Premiums and Deductibles for 2018

As a Medicare beneficiary, you may need to pay certain out-of-pocket costs, such as premiums, deductibles, copayments and/or coinsurance. These costs are generally standardized for covered services under Original Medicare, Part A and Part B. If you’re... Read more

Medicare Part B – Medical Insurance

What is Medicare Part B coverage? Medicare Part B (medical insurance) helps cover medically necessary services and supplies needed for the diagnosis or treatment of your health condition. This includes outpatient services received at a hospital, doctor’s... Read more




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