It is that time of year again... The time in which we reflect on what this past year has brought to us, what it has taught us, and a time to look back on all of the things we are grateful for.
Medicare and Medicaid sound alike, and we know that causes some confusion: but the truth is that while these government programs provide basic healthcare benefits, they are dramatically different from one another. So let us break it down for you:
Medicare coverage for dental services can be confusing, limited and leave many with immense, unaffordable out of pocket costs. As a Medicare beneficiary it is important to know what is covered by Medicare when it comes to dental care. Original Medicare will not cover dental care that is needed for the health of your teeth. This type of dental care includes...
If you were impacted by this year's natural disasters, The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) for those who have been affected by recent Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) declared emergencies or major disasters. CMS has also announced an extension of the Annual Election Period (AEP) for individuals impacted by a FEMA declared emergency through December 31st, 2017. We'll go over who is eligible to apply and in one states, as well as important documents you should have during your Medicare enrollment process.
We gathered the top 10 most inspirational and hilarious Facebook posts that our Trusted Senior Specialists Facebook Family loved, liked and laughed at! Which one is your favorite?
Did you know with the new year comes new changes to Medicare? With the changes to Medicare for 2018 recently being announced we are going to share what this means for you.
Thanksgiving is one of America's most beloved holidays. We catch up with friends and family. We eat until our stomachs hurt. And we share what we're grateful for. Here are some fun facts to add to your Turkey day fun! Ask your family members if they knew any of these!
October 20th is National Mammography Day. This day serves as a reminder to all women that the best defense against breast cancer is early detection.
A mammogram can often times detect a problem before there are any outward physical signs of the disease.