Coverage Articles

Does Medicare Cover Patient Lifts?

If you're a Medicare beneficiary who's confined to a bed because of a medical condition, such as a stroke, you may need a patient lift to help you get around your home and perform everyday tasks. Patient lifts can be expensive if you're paying out of... Read more

Does Medicare Cover Botox?

What is Botox used for? According to Botox.com and the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NIH), Botox, also called Botulinum toxin type A, can treat a variety of cosmetic and medical problems including: Facial wrinkles Severe underarm sweating when... 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 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

Does Medicare Cover Breast Implants After a Mastectomy?

What is a mastectomy? According to the Mayo Clinic, a mastectomy may be a treatment option for those with early-stage breast cancer or those who wish to prevent breast cancer. A simple mastectomy removes the breast tissue, nipple, areola and skin but not... Read more

Can I get Medicare Coverage for My Children?

Generally, most people age 65 and over are eligible for Medicare as long as they are American citizens or legal permanent residents for at least five continuous years. There are also some situations where you might be eligible for Medicare before you turn 65.... Read more

Does Medicare Cover Compression Socks

Benefits of compression socks Swelling of the feet and ankles is a common problem among older people, reports the U.S. National Library of Medicine. If swollen feet is a problem for you, your doctor may recommend compression socks. Compression socks, also... Read more

Does Medicare Cover Podiatry?

Medicare Part B may cover podiatry. Visits to a foot doctor (podiatrist) may be covered, but not for routine foot care. Generally, Medicare Part B covers podiatry when: Your doctor determines that this care is medically necessary – for example, you have... Read more

Medicare and Funeral Expenses

Are you planning ahead and need to know if you can deduct funeral expenses from your taxes? Funeral expenses, burial expenses, and death benefits aren’t typically part of Medicare coverage. However, there’s a type of Medicare Advantage plan called a... Read more

Does Medicare Cover Walk-In Bathtubs?

Some seniors and disabled people get walk-in bathtubs installed in their homes. Walk-in bathtubs may make access to the tub or shower easier, and may prevent falls, notes the Consumer Affairs website. What is a walk-in bathtub? A walk-in bathtub has a door... Read more




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