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Medicare sales is one of the most rewarding professions I have explored. I really enjoy assisting my clients by educating and navigating them in the process of making educated decisions about their health-care options. My day-to-day encounters with my clients are rewarding in lots of ways, helping me to sharpen my skills in so many different ways.
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Medicare articles by Tuesday
Preventing Bruises in Seniors
If you're a caretaker, you might notice occasional bruises on an elderly person's skin. If you're a senior, you might find you bruise easily, according to the National Institutes of Health. What are bruises in seniors and others? Bruises form when small... Read more
What Seniors Should Know about Alcohol Consumption
Even a little bit of alcohol can lead to serious problems, according to the National Institutes of Health National Institute on Aging. Alcohol consumption is a factor in 60% of falls, 50% of drownings, and 40% of car crashes. Its effects in seniors can be... Read more
Does Medicare Cover UTI treatment?
What is a UTI? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) a urinary tract infection (also called UTI) is an infection involving any part of the urinary tract including: Bladder Kidneys (two bean-shaped organs that filter blood... Read more
Should I Take Vitamins for Seniors?
You might see ads for vitamins for seniors. Most of us know that good nutrition and a balanced diet are important for good health. We also may hear a lot of talk praising various vitamins for seniors for a myriad of benefits they might provide —restoring... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Vertigo?
Have you ever felt like everything around you was spinning? A common cause of this dizziness is vertigo, a balance disorder. Learn more about this condition and how Medicare covers vertigo treatment. What is vertigo? According to the National Institutes of... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Fertility Treatments
Approximately 10% of couples in the United States are defined as infertile based on the inability to conceive after 12 months of unprotected intercourse, according to U.S. National Library of Medicine. These couples may seek fertility treatments to help them... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Bathroom Safety Devices?
The bathroom can be a dangerous place for an older person. The bathroom is filled with hard surfaces, such as tile and porcelain that can get wet and slippery. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nonfatal bathroom injuries... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Antidepressants?
Your doctor might prescribe an antidepressant medication for you if you show certain symptoms, like loss of interest in your favorite activities. That's according to the National Library of Medicine, which reports that depression affects about 19 million... Read more
Emergency Preparedness: Caregiver Tips for the Elderly
An emergency, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is an “unforeseen combination of circumstances…that calls for immediate action.” Emergency preparedness for caregivers can save you from not knowing what to do when your elderly loved one is... Read more
Medicare Supplement Plans in Florida
If you're new to Medicare in Florida, you may have heard of Medicare Supplement plans. Also known as Medigap, Medicare Supplement coverage fills certain "gaps" in Original Medicare and may cover some out-of-pocket costs. Here's an overview of how Medicare... Read more
Does Medicare Cover a Root Canal?
If you've ever had a dental emergency, you might be familiar with the cost of a root canal. Managing the root canal cost (which can be up to $5,000 according to Authority Dental) can be a challenge, especially since Medicare doesn't typically cover... Read more
What is the Hepatitis B Vaccine?
The hepatitis B vaccine is a shot that can help prevent you from getting the hepatitis B virus. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the hepatitis B vaccine is about 95% effective. The National Institutes of Health defines hepatitis B as "a... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Speech Generating Devices?
If you have a severe speech impairment, your doctor or speech therapist may recommend speech generating devices to treat your condition. If you are covered by Medicare, the device may be covered if you meet certain conditions. Read on to learn more about... Read more
How Can I Stay Independent as Long as Possible?
According to a report by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Office of Policy Development and Research, the overwhelming majority of seniors want to live independently in their homes as they age and 93% Medicare enrollees over age 65 are... Read more
Can I get Medicare Coverage After Being Exposed to an Environmental Health Hazard?
Do you know that if you have a disability related to an environmental health hazard you might be eligible for Medicare coverage? The great majority of Medicare beneficiaries, about 82% in 2013, are age 65 and older, according to the Medicare Payment Advisory... Read more
Survival Tips for Sandwich Generation Caregivers
If you're in your forties or fifties and caring for, or financially providing for, both children and an aging parent or parents, you could be called a member of the "sandwich generation." It can feel like a lonely place, but according to a study by the Pew... Read more
How Do I Qualify for Medicare?
If you're new to the health-care program, you may have questions about how to qualify for Medicare and when to sign up. There may be certain citizenship, residency, or age requirements that affect whether you qualify for Medicare. Here's how it works. How to... Read more
What You Should Know about Hiring a Caregiver for the Elderly
If your aging loved one is coping with Alzheimer’s and dementia, cancer, stroke, or another disabling condition, you may find that she can no longer live safely or easily on her own. She may need help with the most basic tasks of life, from going to the... Read more
Medicare Managed Care Plans vs PFFS (Private Fee for Service) Plans
If you are eligible for Medicare, or about to become eligible, you may be considering a Medicare Advantage plan over Original Medicare (Part A and Part B). Medicare Advantage plans are offered by private insurance companies approved by Medicare and provide an... Read more
What’s the Medicare Supplement Free Look Period?
What if you want to switch to a different Medicare Supplement plan, but you're a little concerned that you might be stuck with the new plan and you might not like it as much as your old one? That's where the Medicare Supplement free look period comes... Read more
Medicare Dental Coverage for Seniors
When shopping for the best dental plans for seniors, you should consider what services and treatments you might need, the costs of the plan, and what the plan covers. The dental needs of seniors could depend on the condition of their current teeth and their... Read more
Can I Switch from Medicare Advantage to Medicare Supplement Insurance?
If you want to change your Medicare plan options, such as switching from a Medicare Advantage plan to a Medicare Supplement plan, there are certain times when you may be able to do so. Changing Medicare plan options works differently depending on which type... Read more
Medicare Supplement Plan F
If you're enrolled in Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) and would like to have most of the federal program's out-of-pocket costs covered, Medicare Supplement Plan F may be a good option. Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plans may help with certain... Read more
What Vaccines are Covered under Medicare Part D?
While no one enjoys getting shots, staying up to date on your vaccines could have important health benefits; they could help you avoid disease, hospitalization, and even death. According to U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, a vaccine is a... Read more
Medicare Billing: What to Expect and Helpful Tips
Whether you receive your Medicare benefits straight from the government, or through a Medicare health plan offered by a private Medicare-approved insurance company, you may be wondering how Medicare billing works. Read on to learn about Medicare billing and... Read more
Can You Get Medicare If You Have Disability Entitlement?
You can still get some types of Medicare coverage if you are entitled to disability benefits and under 65. The process of enrolling in Original Medicare Part A and Part B is virtually the same as for individuals who do not have disability entitlement.... Read more
Advanced Illness: Feeding Tubes and Ventilators
Families caring for chronically or seriously ill loved ones are ultimately faced with very difficult decisions as the end of life approaches. An acute event such as a stroke or heart attack, or the natural progression of neurological diseases such as... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Cataract Surgery?
Cataracts are strongly linked to aging, and many people develop them in one or both eyes as they get older. In fact, according to the National Eye Institute, half of all Americans will either develop a cataract or have had cataract surgery by age 80. If... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Norvasc?
Does Medicare cover Norvasc? Doctors may prescribe a brand-name prescription called Norvasc or a generic prescription called amlodipine for some patients experiencing high blood pressure and chest pain (angina), according to the National Institutes of Health.... Read more
Does Medicare Cover My Prescription Medication?
If you are enrolled in Original Medicare (Part A and Part B), you generally do not have coverage for prescription medication you take at home, unless you are also enrolled in a stand-alone Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan or a Medicare Advantage... Read more
What’s not covered under Medicare Part A and Part B?
If you're a new Medicare enrollee or about to become eligible, you may have questions about what's included in your benefits—and more importantly, what's not. Here's a look at your coverage under the Medicare program. What do I get with Original... Read more
The Medicare Part B Premium
Medicare Part B typically comes with a premium. If you're new to Medicare or becoming eligible soon, you might be wondering how much your Part B premium will be. The amount can vary depending on your situation. Most people who are eligible for Medicare are... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Crutches?
If your doctor has recently prescribed crutches to help you walk after an illness, injury, or disability, you may have questions about your Medicare coverage and how much you will have to pay. Fortunately, Medicare Part B (the medical insurance part of... Read more
Are you the caregiver for someone with frontotemporal dementia? The National Institutes of Health (NIH) estimates that FTD accounts for about 10% of all cases of dementia. It affects men and women almost equally, usually on the younger end of the dementia... Read more
How to Evaluate Medical Research Studies and Clinical Trials
If you're caring for someone you love who has a chronic disease or illness, you may want to know about new medical research studies and clinical trials of promising drugs. On one hand, medical research studies frequently provide new information for possible... 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
Safely Keeping Track of Medications for the Elderly
The elderly population often take many medications (typically prescription drugs, but also over-the-counter medications and supplements) as a part of their overall health care. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), people who are... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?
For certain medical conditions, health-care providers may recommend hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which is when you breathe oxygen in a special pressurized chamber. Please note that hyperbaric oxygen therapy has not been clinically proven for the treatment of... Read more
Arthritis Overview: Types, Symptoms, and Treatment
According to the Arthritis Foundation, over 50 million Americans have some form of arthritis, and one in five adults suffers from this painful joint disease, making it the leading cause of disability in the United States. If you or someone you love has been... Read more
Medicare Coverage of Nebulizer Machines
What is a nebulizer? A nebulizer is a machine that delivers liquid prescription medications in a fine mist you can inhale. Your doctor might prescribe medication to use with a nebulizer to help open your airways if you have certain health problems that... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Pap Smears?
According to the American Cancer Society, women age 21 to 29 should have a Pap smear test to screen for cervical cancer every three years. Women age 30 to age 65 should have a Pap smear test combined with an HPV test every five years. Women over 65 and women... Read more
What Medicare Plans Does Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia Offer?
If you are already enrolled in Medicare or approaching eligibility, you may be interested in learning about some of your coverage options beyond Original Medicare, Part A and Part B. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia has a variety of offerings, including... Read more
How Can I Find Healthcare Providers Who Accept UnitedHealthcare Medicare Plans?
You may be familiar with Medicare Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) plans; they usually require you to get your care from a network provider or fill your prescriptions within the plan's pharmacy network. UnitedHealthcare offers a variety of Medicare... Read more
What Types of Medicare Part D Coverage Does Anthem Offer?
Anthem is a private insurance company approved by Medicare to offer prescription drug coverage under the Medicare program. Here's an overview of how you can get Anthem Medicare plans with coverage for prescription drugs. What is Anthem Medicare Part D... Read more
How Can I Find Out if My Prescription Drugs are Covered by My WellCare Medicare Advantage or WellCare Standalone Prescription Drug Plan?
If you have a WellCare Medicare Advantage plan or a stand-alone WellCare Medicare Prescription Drug Plan, and take prescription medications on a regular basis, you may want to know what coverage is available to help you lower your out-of-pocket costs. This... Read more
What Medicare Plans Does Humana Offer?
The federal government provides Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, but private companies like Humana contract with the Medicare program to offer additional coverage or an alternative way to get your Original Medicare benefits. Medicare plans offered... Read more
What Medicare Plans Does Aetna Offer?
As a Medicare beneficiary, you may have many coverage options available to you through Aetna, including Medicare Advantage plans for those who want an alternative way to receive their benefits under Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) and stand-alone... Read more
Medicare Medication Therapy Management Programs
Many Medicare beneficiaries take more than one medication to treat several health conditions. It can get understandably confusing and difficult to keep track of all your prescription drugs. If you have more than one chronic condition and take multiple... Read more
Know Your Medicare Rights if You’re Denied Coverage
What if you have Medicare and you need an item or service, but you find it isn't covered? You have certain appeal rights if coverage is denied, including coverage of a prescription drug you need. If Original Medicare, or your Medicare Advantage plan or... Read more
The Medicare Initial Enrollment Period vs. the Medicare Initial Coverage Election Period
There are numerous Medicare election periods, each of them serving a different purpose when it comes to signing up for benefits. This article illustrates the difference between the two periods that sound incredibly similar. The Initial Enrollment Period (IEP)... 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
Does Medicare Cover DiaBeta?
Medicare Part A and Part B, which make up Original Medicare, generally don't cover the prescription medication DiaBeta or its generic form, glyburide. The National Institutes of Health's Medline Plus website says DiaBeta might be part of a treatment program... Read more
Medicare and Viagra
Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, provides limited coverage of prescription drugs. Some drugs, like Viagra, aren't covered by Original Medicare. If you would like coverage for your medications, you can enroll in a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug... Read more
Does Medicare Cover the Shingles Vaccine?
Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, don't cover the shingles vaccine. Medicare Part D (optional prescription drug coverage), on the other hand, may cover the shingles vaccine, as well as other commercially available vaccines. Shingles is a painful rash... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Geodon?
Generally, Geodon, the brand-name formulation of the generic drug ziprasidone, is not covered by Medicare, unless you are enrolled in a Medicare plan that includes prescription drug coverage. Geodon is used to treat schizophrenia and certain other... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Hip Replacements?
Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, may cover medically necessary surgery and related doctor’s services, and this may include hip replacements. Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement may also cover some costs associated with a hip replacement. What... Read more
Does Medicare cover dermatology & how to find a dermatologist that accepts Medicare
Do you need to see a dermatologist, but you're not sure what Medicare covers? Or you might be looking for a dermatologist who takes Medicare (that is, who accepts Medicare assignment). Medicare and Dermatology Medicare Part B (medical insurance) generally... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Lexapro?
Did your doctor prescribe Lexapro for you? If you're on Medicare, you might be wondering about the benefits of Lexapro and how much it costs. What are the benefits of Lexapro? If you have depression or anxiety, your doctor may prescribe Lexapro, or its... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Vicodin?
Vicodin, or its generic form Hydrocodone bitartrate/acetaminophen, may be prescribed by your doctor to reduce pain. Vicodin combines a narcotic (hydrocodone) and a non-narcotic (acetaminophen) pain reliever, according to the FDA. Both the hydrocodone and the... Read more
Does Medicare Cover Depakote?
Has your doctor prescribed Depakote (or its generic equivalent, divalproex sodium) for you? It's possible that Medicare Part A could cover this prescription drug if administered in a hospital setting as part of your inpatient stay. For most prescription... 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
About Medicare Supplement (Medigap) Plans F, G, and N
Are you considering Medicare Supplement insurance? Medicare Supplement plans, also called Medigap plans, can help pay for out-of-pocket costs for services covered by Original Medicare (Part A and B). It's important to select a Medigap plan option that fits... Read more
Medicare in Virginia
While shopping for Medicare plans in Virginia, Medicare.com can be your resource. Our site offers a plan comparison tool that makes it easy to browse plan options in your area. When it comes to finding the right Medicare plan for you, we can help. About... Read more
Medicare in Washington
When shopping for a Medicare plan in Washington, Medicare.com can assist you with finding the plan that best suits your needs. About Medicare in Washington Medicare is a federal program that provides health insurance for United States citizens and permanent... Read more
Medicare in Nevada
Medicare beneficiaries in Nevada can choose to enroll in Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, for their coverage or join a private insurance plan called Medicare Advantage (also called Medicare Part C). If you choose Original Medicare, you may also add... Read more
Medicare Part C – Medicare Advantage
What is Medicare Part C, or Medicare Advantage? Medicare Advantage plans are sometimes referred to as Medicare Part C. They are Medicare-approved private health insurance plans for individuals enrolled in Original Medicare, Part A and Part B. When you join... Read more
When You Can Buy a Medicare Supplement (Medigap) Insurance Policy
The best time to purchase Medicare Supplement insurance, also known as Medigap, is during your Medigap Open Enrollment Period. This period lasts six months and begins the first day of the month in which you are 65 or older and enrolled in Medicare Part B. So... Read more
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