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Steve could not have been more courteous, friendly and most helpful. I did not feel rushed and he answered all my questions and provided information I did not know--that did not know to ask. I will definitely contact him again if or when I have further questions or need to re-enroll in the fall. Anonymous, Atlanta, GA Read more reviews
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I will provide integrity in all that I do. If it is not right for someone, I’ll tell that person not to do it.
Three words that describe me:
Integrity, loyalty, and patriotic.
Favorite thing to do when not at work:
Play with my kids.
Favorite place to visit and why:
My favorite place to visit that I have been to in my life was the Amazon jungle in Peru. The beauty of the Amazon jungle and the rain that came each day was amazing.
What I like most about helping people find the right Medicare plan options:
The thing I like most about helping people find a Medicare plan that would fit their needs is that I can help people save money and can do what is right for the customer.
Sports Team: Arizona Wildcats.
Medicare articles by Steven
How do I file an appeal if my prescription medication isn’t covered by my Medicare health plan?
Under the Medicare program, you may purchase coverage for prescription medications in one of two ways: through a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plan, or through a stand-alone Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan to go alongside your Original Medicare... Read more
How to file for Medicare appeals
If you are a Medicare beneficiary, you have certain rights under the program, which include the right to file a grievance or request an appeal of a decision made about your coverage. Here's what you need to know about the process. What is the difference... Read more
What Is Diabetic Neuropathy?
If you have diabetes, you may be at risk for developing diabetic neuropathy, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Diabetic neuropathy is a type of nerve damage that most often affects the legs and feet, although it can occur anywhere in the... Read more
Downsizing a Home: A Checklist for Caregivers
Moving is often stressful, no matter your age or the reason for relocating. When it comes to senior downsizing, however, the job may be more challenging, especially if downsizing is due to death, illness, or loss of independence. First, it's important... Read more
Do Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plans cover foreign travel?
Does Medicare offer international coverage? If you're looking forward to traveling abroad in your retirement, you may be wondering if your Medicare coverage will take care of health-care needs you may have while in a foreign country. Original Medicare... Read more
What Are Diabetic Shoes?
People with diabetes sometimes develop problems with their feet, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Medicare may cover therapeutic shoes for diabetics (sometimes called diabetic shoes) with severe diabetic foot disease. Why are diabetic... Read more
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
Money Management: What Caregivers Should Know
If you are caring for an elderly parent or family member—or expect to assume caregiver responsibility in the near future—money management is one of those topics that invariably comes up. Unfortunately, it's also invariably fraught with stress, whether... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Diabetic Foot Exams or Podiatry Services?
If you have been diagnosed with diabetes and are enrolled in Original Medicare (Part A and Part B), you may be eligible for coverage of regular foot exams and diabetic foot care, subject to certain requirements. Read on to learn more about your benefits. Why... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Colorectal Cancer Treatments?
According to the National Cancer Institute, colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer (other than skin cancer) among both men and women alike. If you're a Medicare beneficiary and you have recently been diagnosed with colorectal cancer, you may... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Prosthetic Devices?
There are many types of prosthetic devices and supplies your doctor may prescribe for you depending on your medical condition. The good news, if you are enrolled in Medicare Part B, is that allowable charges for many prosthetic devices are covered -... Read more
Ovarian Cancer: Signs, Symptoms, Risk Factors, and Treatment
Ovarian cancer starts in the ovaries, the female reproductive glands that produce eggs and the hormones estrogen and progesterone. This type of cancer is frequently not detected until it has spread, or metastasized, to other organs in the abdomen and pelvis;... Read more
Assistive Technology: An Overview for Caregivers
If you're caring for a loved one, you may have heard a doctor or therapist recommend assistive technology for day-to-day activities. Assistive technology devices, also called adaptive devices, can make a world of difference for both you as a caregiver and... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Glaucoma?
Medicare covers treatment of glaucoma as well as a glaucoma test to screen for the condition. According to the National Institute of Health's National Eye Institute (NEI), glaucoma is a type of eye disease that may damage the optic nerve and cause vision... Read more
What Types of Medicare Part D Coverage Does UnitedHealthcare Offer?
If you’re a Medicare beneficiary who currently takes prescription medications, you may be wondering if Medicare helps with your prescription drug costs. Prescription drug coverage is available under the Medicare Part D program, and depending on how you get... Read more
Is a UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug Plan the Same as a Standalone Medicare Prescription Drug Plan?
If you are comparing UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage plans and you want Part D prescription drug coverage, you may have questions about the difference between a UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage plan with prescription drug coverage, also called... Read more
Is a WellCare Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug Plan the Same as a Standalone Medicare Prescription Drug Plan?
If you're just starting to learn more about Medicare prescription drug coverage (Part D), you may be wondering what your options are and what the difference is between a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plan and a stand-alone Medicare Prescription Drug... Read more
What Medicare Plans Does Coventry Offer?
Whether you're new to Medicare or have had Medicare coverage for awhile, you may have questions about Coventry Medicare plans and what your options are as a beneficiary. Most people first enroll in Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, when they first... Read more
How Can I Find Healthcare Providers That Accept Coventry Medicare Plans?
If you are enrolled in certain types of Coventry Medicare plans -- such as Coventry Medicare Advantage Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs), or Coventry Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plans, you may need... Read more
New to Medicare with Humana? Here’s What You Need to Know
If you've recently applied for a Medicare Advantage or a stand-alone Medicare Prescription Drug Plan from Humana, you may have questions about the enrollment process and what you can expect going forward. This article will tell you what happens next and... Read more
Is an Aetna Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug Plan the Same as a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan?
The Medicare program has several components: Part A (hospital insurance), Part B (medical insurance), Part C (Medicare Advantage) and Part D (prescription drug coverage). Original Medicare includes Part A and Part B, while Aetna Medicare Advantage plans... Read more
Medicare Part D (Prescription Drug Plan) Benefits Overview for 2017
The Medicare Part D program authorizes Medicare-approved private insurance companies to provide prescription drug coverage. You must have Part A or Part B to join a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan. You can get this coverage in the form of a Medicare Advantage... Read more
Medicare and Funeral Expenses
Funerals, burial expenses, and death benefits aren’t typically part of Medicare coverage. However, there’s a type of Medicare Advantage plan called a Medicare Medical Savings Account (MSA) that you can set up to direct unused funds in the account to loved... Read more
How to Replace a Stolen or Lost Medicare Card
As a beneficiary, your Medicare card is one of the most important documents you own because it provides proof that you have Medicare coverage. If you’re enrolled in Original Medicare and your Medicare card is lost or stolen, you can request a replacement... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Toprol-XL?
If you’re a Medicare beneficiary, your doctor might prescribe Toprol-XL (generic name, Metoprolol Succinate) to treat hypertension (high blood pressure), certain heart conditions, or other health conditions, according to the FDA. A Medicare Part D plan... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Amaryl?
If you have type 2 diabetes, your doctor may prescribe Amaryl (generic name glimepiride) to help you control your blood sugar, according to the National Institutes of Health's Medline Plus website. Glimepiride is usually used in combination with diet,... Read more
How Medicare Benefits Are Activated
You may qualify to be automatically enrolled for your Medicare benefits at age 65 if you meet certain requirements. For example, if you're receiving Social Security or Railroad Retirement Board retirement benefits before you turn 65, you'll be automatically... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Voltaren?
If you have Medicare prescription drug coverage, your Medicare plan might cover Voltaren (also known by its generic name, Diclofenac). According to the Food and Drug Administration, Voltaren is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that doctors... Read more
I’m Turning 65, What Do I Need to Do?
For most people, turning 65 means you're eligible for Original Medicare, Part A and Part B. This federal program provides hospital insurance and some medical insurance to older Americans and those under 65 with certain disabilities. At this time, you may... Read more
Medicare and the Affordable Care Act
The Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, has had an impact on the Medicare program. Early-detection cancer screenings, such as mammograms and colonoscopies, are now covered under Medicare Part B with no out-of-pocket charges if your doctor... Read more
Medicare in Florida
Medicare.com can be your resource for Medicare in Florida. If you would like to compare the various types of Medicare insurance offered throughout your county, including plan details and pricing, we can help. About Medicare in Florida Medicare beneficiaries... Read more
Medicare in Minnesota
Medicare beneficiaries in Minnesota may have access to several Medicare choices, from Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, to plans such as Medicare Advantage, Medicare Part D, and Medicare Supplement insurance, offered by private insurance companies that... Read more
Medicare in Wyoming
Looking for Medicare coverage in Wyoming? As a Medicare beneficiary, you may have several options when it comes to your Medicare coverage. Your choices may include the government-run program and Medicare plans, including prescription drug coverage and... Read more
Eligibility for Medicare Supplement (Medigap) Plans
Are you thinking about getting a Medicare Supplement plan, also known as Medigap? You might already be aware that this insurance can pay for some of your Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) costs, but may be wondering when you’re eligible for this... Read more
Putting Medigap on Hold When You’re Under 65
If you’re not yet 65 but are enrolled in Medicare, and you have a Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plan, you may be able to temporarily leave your Medigap plan. Some people may qualify for Medicare before 65 if they get disability benefits for 24 months or... Read more
Drugs Covered by Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plans
In general, Medicare Part D prescription drug plans cover many drugs that are: Available only by prescription Used for a medically accepted condition Approved by the FDA Sold and used in the United States Not covered under Original Medicare,... Read more
Medicare Part D — Prescription Drug Coverage
What is Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage? As a Medicare beneficiary, you don’t automatically get Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage. This Medicare Part D coverage is optional, but can be valuable if you take medications. If you don’t... Read more
Customer reviews of Steven
Wide comprehension of all medical insurance issues and grasp of my personal needs. Thank you, Steve
Anonymous, Allegan, MI
It was a pleasant telephone experience I had with Steven., He answered all my questions in a friendly professional manner.He answered all the answers to many questions.
Anonymous, Saint Augustine, FL
Steven was very polite and helpful even when I interrupted him various times to ask questions. He took the time to answer and was never rude or frustrated with me.
Anonymous, Moundsville, WV
Inniss G, Margape, FL
I had spoken with other companies' representatives who did not take the time to explain the different plans as Stephen did to me. He explained a selection of plans and let me select what plan I thought was best for me. He made me feel comfortable asking questions and explained things so I could understand them.
Anne B, Cordova, TN
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