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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 Veterans Affairs (VA) Benefits

If you have Veterans Affairs (VA) health coverage, you are not required to enroll in Medicare–but it may be a good idea to do so. Signing up for Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, will give you broader coverage when it comes to the doctors, hospitals,... Read more

Will My Spouse and Dependent Children Be Covered Under Medicare?

If you’re familiar with employer-sponsored health-care plans, you may expect your whole family to be covered under one health insurance plan. Medicare, however, covers beneficiaries only on an individual basis. The Medicare beneficiary’s benefits... 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

Will My Specialist’s Services be Covered under My Medicare Plan?

Whether you're switching from one type of Medicare coverage to another, or you're new to Medicare, you might be concerned about being able to continue seeing your health-care specialist. Will your specialist’s services be covered by Medicare? That may... Read more

I Need to Change Doctors, What Do I Do?

Depending on what type of coverage you have, changing doctors under Medicare will require different steps: If you have Original Medicare, Part A and Part B: With this coverage, you can go to any doctor who accepts Medicare patients. You can use the... Read more

Medicare Eligibility for Permanent Residents

If you're a green card holder, you may be wondering if you're eligible for Medicare. United States permanent residents may qualify for Medicare if they've lived here at least five continuous years.  You may be a green card holder for several reasons, such... Read more




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