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Medicare Doctors When You Live in Multiple States

Medicare doctors in multiple states and Medicare Part A and Part B When you’re enrolled in Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, you can generally see any Medicare doctors in the country that takes Medicare assignment (a payment agreement with Medicare).... Read more

Finding a Nursing Home that Accepts Medicare

Medicare.gov provides several tools and suggestions to help you find a nursing home that accepts Medicare in your area. If you are looking for a nursing home for yourself or a loved one, here are some ways to get started finding the right one for your... 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

Funeral Planning Guide

If you've recently experienced the loss of a loved one, funeral planning may feel overwhelming. Here's a funeral planning overview to help ease the burden during this difficult time. Funeral planning: getting started Knowing how to plan a funeral, or even... Read more

Seniors: How Much Do You Need to Retire Comfortably?

How much money you need to retire depends on many factors, according to CNN Money, part of the Cable News Network. Some of these factors are hard to predict, such as guessing how long you'll live. Others are easier, such as how much money you have already... Read more

Lifelong Learning for Seniors

If you're retired, that doesn't mean you can't still exercise your mind. Lifelong learning can have great benefits for seniors, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The Stanford Center on Longevity reports that seniors in the United States... Read more

Are Generic Prescription Drugs as Effective as Brand Name Drugs?

Almost 90% of prescriptions filled in the United States are for generic drugs according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Brand name drugs are released first and generic drugs are copies of them. For example, the generic version of the erectile... Read more

Five Tips for Finding a Primary Care Physician

The American Academy of Family Physicians defines a primary care physician as a doctor who specializes in being the patient's first point of contact. In addition, primary care doctors are trained in continued health maintenance, including prevention,... Read more

What to Do If You’re New to Medicare

I get a lot of calls from people who are close to turning 65 (or are already 65), asking what they need to do to get set up with Medicare. With so many options available to Medicare beneficiaries, it can be overwhelming but once you understand your basic... 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




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