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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

Do I Need to Renew My Medicare Plan?

If you have Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, you don't need to reapply every year. However, each year during the Annual Election Period (October 15 through December 7) you might want to consider whether you would benefit from enrolling in or changing a... Read more

Public Benefits for Medicare Beneficiaries

Seniors on a fixed income may sometimes have trouble paying for health-care coverage and related medical costs. If you have a chronic health condition that requires ongoing treatment or frequent doctor visits, you know that copayment and coinsurance costs can... Read more

Plan Your Medicare Health Costs for Retirement

It’s smart to plan ahead for your retirement. Planning health-care costs in particular is important, since those costs may be among the major expenses you will have to face after retirement. Learn how to plan for health costs by understanding how much you... 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

What “Medically Necessary” Means and How It Affects Your Medicare Coverage

Medicare normally covers services deemed medically necessary. According to Medicare.gov, “medically necessary” is defined as "health-care services or supplies needed to prevent, diagnose, or treat an illness, injury, condition, disease, or its symptoms... 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




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