If you are a Beneficiary who is currently covered by Medicare we feel it is important that you are aware of covered services available to you through Medicare. This means that these services come with no deductibles or coinsurance costs, and many of these vital services can help you keep yourself healthy.
Topics: ACA/Obamacare, how to stay healthy, senior care, Health, wellness, health screenings, medical prevention, prevention, Original Medicare, facts, Medicare B, Trusted Senior Specialists, Senior Blogs, Medicare providers, medicare questions, annual check up, medicare part b coverage, medicare eligibility, bbb, inpatient services, outpatient services, medicare card, medicare advantage plan, mamography, TSS Fans
We know that there have been many questions and a lot of uncertainty surrounding our recent Presidential campaign in regard to where our candidates stood with certain issues. Healthcare has come up as a real hot button topic recently among the American people and so we decided to take a look at what our President Elect has said about the subject of Medicare and prescription drugs. While he has not said a lot in regard to either, there has been much speculation on what he wants to do. Here is what we have found for you.
These days, many children need required vaccines and health insurance cards to attend school and outside activities. The good news is that health insurance companies usually determine their rates by age, so you can find affordable health insurance for kids. Even better, private health insurance companies cannot decline children because of preexisting health conditions anymore. Many families cover both adults and children, but this is not always possible or even ideal.
The Trusted Senior Specialists' website is currently undergoing a makeover. We've included a library of educational videos for seniors turning 65 and new to Medicare. Browse these videos at your leisure and be sure to tell your friends.
Topics: Part B, Turning 65, Affordable Care Act, Medicare, medicare advantage, ACA/Obamacare, Part A, health insurance, Obamacare, TSS, Enrolling, Medicare.gov, seniors, ACA, Medicare explained, medicare solutions, how medicare works, enrollment, explain medicare, Part D, Part C
Are you turning 65 sometime this year (2014) and not sure about what to what insurance coverage you'll need? Look no further! This week's episode answers a few questions about ACA and Medicare, penalties, and what to do.
Topics: disability, Part B, Turning 65, Affordable Care Act, Medicare, medicare advantage, ACA/Obamacare, Part A, health insurance, Obamacare, TSS, Medicare Gals, Medicare Supplements, medical insurance, ACA, Medicare explained, medicare solutions, how medicare works, explain medicare
Topics: Part B, Affordable Care Act, Annual Enrollment Period, Medicare, medicare advantage, ACA/Obamacare, Part A, health insurance, Obamacare, TSS, Medicare Gals, AEP, Medigap, Penalties, ACA, Medicare explained, medicare solutions, how medicare works, Prescription drugs, explain medicare, Part D, Part C
Article courtesy of The Medicare Blog.
Topics: part d penalty, Affordable Care Act, Medicare, ACA/Obamacare, Medicare Part D, Obamacare, Medicare Supplements, donut hole, medicine, Prescription drugs, What is the Donut Hole?, Medicare Donut Hole, Part D Premiums, Medicare & You, Trusted Senior Specialists, Catastrophic Coverage
Speaking and writing about the Medicare program in plain language isn’t just good practice—it’s the law.
The Plain Writing Act of 2010 requires us to make sure you’ll find our Web pages, booklets, letters and other materials clear and to the point.