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I was born and raised here in Massachusetts and wouldn’t live in any other place in the world…except maybe Hawaii, San Diego, or Miami (okay, I guess I take that back!). I am very family oriented and absolutely love spending time with family. My hobbies include painting, drawing, reading, and eating (if that counts). I enjoy camping; anything water related; being at the ocean in the summer, fall, spring, or winter; traveling; experiencing different cultures; and weekend getaways.
Three words that describe me:
Sensitive, patient, and fashionable.
Favorite thing to do when not at work:
Be at the ocean.
Favorite place to visit and why:
Ireland and Prince Edward Island, Canada. You can never pick just one place! 🙂 I have been to Ireland once for a wedding and we turned it into a 10-day vacation. The scenic country places we visited were out of this world. We didn’t need to plan much on this vacation in order to fully enjoy what Ireland has to offer. It provided the simple pleasures: nature.
As for Prince Edward Island–like most islands, it is beautiful. The people are happy, friendly, and this place gave me a lot of good memories.
What I like most about helping people find the right Medicare plan options:
The process of finding a Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, or a prescription drug plan can be very overwhelming. I enjoy assisting Medicare beneficiaries through the process of finding the right Medicare plan option for them.
Musician: Ray LaMontagne and David Gray
Movies: The Notebook, Fight Club, Shutter Island, and American Beauty.
Medicare articles by Adriana
What is a Conservatorship in California?
In California, if a family member is no longer able to make decisions about his or her personal or financial affairs, a judge may be able to appoint someone to care for this person. If the person is an adult, the process is called "conservatorship;" in the... Read more
Estate Planning: Finding an Attorney
Families often don't consider the implications of important tasks like estate planning until a family member is facing cognitive decline, a debilitating illness, or the prospect of long-term care, according to the National Institute on Aging (part of the... Read more
Is My Doctor Covered by Medicare?
You may have concerns about finding a Medicare-approved doctor so you can maximize coverage, get help filing claims, and reduce your out-of-pocket expenses. Medicare Part B (medical insurance) covers medically-necessary services or covered preventive tests... Read more
What is the Treatment for Cardiovascular Disease?
Cardiovascular disease, also called heart disease, describes a number of conditions that affect your heart, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). These conditions may include atherosclerosis (a build-up of plaque in the arteries), arrhythmia... Read more
What Are the Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease?
Cardiovascular Disease What Are the Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease? What is the Treatment for Cardiovascular Disease? Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death among... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Glucotrol XL?
Original Medicare (Part A and B) doesn't typically cover prescription drugs like Glucotrol XL. This is the brand name for the generic drug called glipizide. Doctors sometimes prescribe Glucotrol XL to help patients treat type 2 diabetes, according to the... Read more
How to File Medicare Claims
A Medicare claim is a request for payment that you submit to Medicare when you receive health-care services and items you believe to be covered. In most cases, if you're a Medicare beneficiary, you won't have to file your own Medicare claims. However, there... Read more
What to do if Your Parents Refuse to Wear Medical Alert Devices
You're right to be concerned about your parents' safety at home if they are 65 and older. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one out of three people (who are 65 and older) falls each year, but less than half will inform their... Read more
What Medical Supplies Does Medicare Cover?
If you live at home and need medical equipment and supplies, Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) may cover some of your costs. Under Medicare, some home-care items fall under the category of Durable Medical Equipment, or DME. To qualify for coverage, your... Read more
Depression Treatment Options
Clinical depression, also called major depressive disorder, is a mood disorder that causes a variety of physical and emotional problems. People who suffer from depression don't just feel sad or have "the blues," and they can't just "snap out of it."... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Anesthesia?
If you receive anesthetics for a covered medical procedure, whether as an inpatient at a hospital or as an outpatient at an ambulatory surgical center, Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) may cover these services. To qualify for Medicare coverage,... Read more
Medicare Coverage of Electrocardiograms (EKGs)
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, Americans suffer from coronary artery disease more than any other kind of heart disease. Tragically, the first time that many people realize they have this disease is after they suffer from... Read more
Are My Prescription Drugs Covered by My Coventry Plan?
If you're a Medicare beneficiary who needs prescription drug coverage, it's important to make sure that the plan you enroll in covers your current medications, or your costs could be much higher. If you're currently enrolled in a Coventry... Read more
How to Complete Medicare Enrollment Forms
As you approach the age of 65, you’ll want to make sure you enroll in the Medicare insurance plan that may suit your needs. To do so, you need to know how to sign up for Medicare and which Medicare application forms to complete. Do I need Medicare... Read more
The Medicare Part D Coverage Gap (“Donut Hole”) Made Simple
When it comes to Medicare prescription drug coverage, you may have questions surrounding the Medicare Part D coverage gap, also known as the “donut hole.” The coverage gap is a temporary limit on what most Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plans or... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Avandia?
If you have type 2 diabetes, your doctor might treat you with Avandia, or rosiglitazone (the drug's generic name), along with diet and lifestyle changes and sometimes other medications. That's according to the National Institutes of Health's Medline Plus... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Massage Therapy?
Original Medicare does not cover massage therapy. Services that are not covered by Medicare are the sole responsibility of the patient. Medicare Part B does pay for medically necessary forms of therapy, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and... Read more
How Do I Report Original Medicare Fraud?
An example of Medicare fraud is when a doctor or provider knowingly sends Medicare a bill for health services or supplies that were never provided. If you have Original Medicare, you should compare your Medicare Summary Notice (MSN) with statements and... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Ativan?
Ativan (generic name: Lorazepam) is an anti-anxiety medication. According to the FDA, Ativan is part of a class of drugs called benzodiazepines. If you're a Medicare beneficiary who takes Ativan or Lorazepam, keep in mind that prescription coverage in... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Acupuncture?
Are you interested in acupuncture as a complementary health treatment? Studies suggest it may help with pain and various health conditions, though we are only beginning to understand how acupuncture affects the body. Original Medicare, Part A and Part B,... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Cordarone?
Cordarone is the brand name for the prescription drug amiodarone, which is used to treat certain types of potentially life-threatening irregular heart rates (ventricular arrhythmias), according to the National Institutes of Health's Medline Plus website. ... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Atrovent?
According to the National Institutes of Health's Medline Plus website, Atrovent is a brand-name formulation of the generic prescription drug ipratropium. It's used to treat symptoms of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), which affects the lungs and... Read more
Medicare in Maine
Shopping for a Medicare plan in Maine? Medicare.com may be able to help you locate a Medicare plan option that works for you. It may be a good idea for you to explore all available choices before enrolling in a plan, and that’s where I come in. Here’s... Read more
Medicare in Iowa
Are you shopping for Medicare in Iowa? As a Medicare beneficiary, you may have many Medicare plan options available in your state, depending on where you live. Learn about the different types of Medicare coverage, including Original Medicare, Medicare... Read more
Medicare Zero-Dollar ($0) Plan Premiums
Medicare Part C (Medicare Advantage) plans are required to offer at least the same amount of coverage as Original Medicare, Part A and Part B (except for hospice care, which remains covered by Medicare Part A). Medicare Advantage plans are sold by private... Read more
Except in rare cases, you don’t need to file for reimbursement from Medicare. Under Original Medicare (Part A and Part B), your Medicare claims will be sent directly from your Medicare providers to Medicare. Medicare pays your Medicare providers according... Read more
Medicare Supplement Insurance and Prescription Drug Coverage
There are currently two ways to get prescription drug coverage through Medicare. The first is through a stand-alone Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan. The second option is to choose a Medicare Advantage plan (Part C) that provides prescription drug... Read more
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She was very helpful, but sometimes spoke too fast.
Anonymous, Prescott, AZ
The service was excellent. I have no further comments until I start in eHealth 1 September 2014.
Anonymous, Montpelier, VT
Very easy to talk with. Agreed to call me back at a more convenient time. Adriana helped my husband a few months ago when he enrolled, so that is why we asked her to call me when I needed to enroll for the first time.
Anonymous, Port Charlotte, FL
Adrianna was awesome--professional, knowledgeable and clear. All my questions were clearly and concisely answered.
Anonymous, Springfield, MO
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