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COBRA Insurance and Medicare

What is COBRA insurance? COBRA refers to the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, a federal law that may let you keep your employer group health plan coverage for a limited time after your employment ends or after you would otherwise lose... Read more

What Is a Home Safety Assessment for the Elderly?

Particularly if you're an older adult who lives alone, a home safety assessment is an important way to identify potential hazards in your home. How a home safety assessment prevents injuries A home safety assessment is an evaluation of your home to identify... Read more

How Can I Find a Doctor Who Accepts Medicare?

If you are enrolled in Original Medicare (Part A and Part B), you may be concerned about managing your out-of-pocket expenses. One way to lower costs and get more from your Medicare benefits is to receive care from health-care providers who have signed an... Read more

What If My Medicare Doctor “Opts Out”?

Finding a doctor you like and trust can be a long process, so I understand that it can be frustrating when your doctor no longer accepts Medicare. If your doctor has “opted out” of Medicare, this means that he or she no longer accepts Medicare assignment... Read more

How to Make Payments for Medicare Plans

Are you thinking about managing your Medicare payments? How you make your Medicare premium payments depends on the type of Medicare coverage you have. In many cases, you can set up automatic Medicare payments out of your bank account, if you don’t want to... Read more

Medicare and Dual Residency

Are you a Medicare beneficiary who lives in two states? Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, is not restricted by a service network. If you’re a dual resident of two states, this type of Medicare insurance will provide coverage wherever you choose to live... Read more

Medicare and Divorce

Most people become eligible for premium-free Part A Medicare coverage through their own work history or their spouse’s work history. Generally you are eligible for premium-free Part A coverage if you or your spouse worked and paid Medicare taxes for at... Read more

How to Get Your Prescription Drugs in a Nursing Home

The transition to a nursing home or other long-term care facility brings lots of questions and changes in how you get the prescription drugs you need. Fortunately, Medicare makes provisions for your prescription drug coverage when you are in a nursing... Read more

Medicare.gov: Getting to Know the U.S. Government Site for Medicare

Medicare.gov is the official U.S. government site for Medicare. You will find a wealth of Medicare information on this site, including how to sign up for Medicare, what Medicare covers, and what Medicare costs. If you educate yourself about Medicare at... Read more

I’m a U.S. Citizen Living Abroad and Need Medicare

If you live abroad and are eligible for Medicare coverage within the United States, you may wonder if your Medicare policy still covers your needs. It's important to know that Medicare generally does not cover medical expenses incurred while outside the... Read more




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