Topics: disability, Medicare Part A, Medicare Part B, seniors, Social Security, Medicare Coverage, Senior Blogs, medicare questions, healthcare, medicare qualifications, medicare eligibility, ALS, ESRD, End Stage Renal Disease, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Topics: prescription drug coverage, disability, Medicare Advantage plans, LIS, Medicare Supplement Plans, Medicare, medicare advantage, Medicare Part A, Medicare Supplements, Medicare Part B, Special Enrollment Period, Social Security, Prescription drug plans, Medicaid, Medicare Enrollment, Employee Benefits, initial enrollment period, Employer Insurance, creditable coverage, final expenses
We received an interesting question about disability and Medicare coverage on our Facebook page and so we decided to make it a blog topic. In this blog, we touch on Medicare Part B, Disabilty Coverage, home improvement funding and information on where to find grants and loans for home improvements for the disabled and elderly.
Medicare can certainly be confusing! We decided to compile a list of some of the more commonly asked questions we receive through our call center, website and social media accounts and put all of the answers in one place for you here. Are there any we missed? Please let us know if there is a question (or questions) we can answer for you!
Topics: prescription drug coverage, disability, Medicare Advantage plans, LIS, Medicare Supplement Plans, Medicare, medicare advantage, Medicare Part A, Medicare Supplements, Medicare Part B, Special Enrollment Period, Social Security, Prescription drug plans, Medicaid, Employee Benefits, initial enrollment period, Employer Insurance, creditable coverage
Medicare will not be available to many of us until we are age 65, but for those with long term disabilities or those who have been diagnosed with specific diseases, Medicare is available much sooner. Here are 3 things you should know if you are waiting on disability and how it affects your Medicare benefits.
When it comes to applying for Medicare, we know there are several questions that may arise when it comes to Medicare enrollment. Especially if you have special cicumstances such as disability, spousal and group coverage, TRICARE, etc. Taking these situations into consideration, we've gathered six common questions centered around unique circumtances that may apply to you when considering Medicare health plans.
Topics: disability, Medicare, Medicare Part A, Medicare Part B, Social Security, Medicare Enrollment, What is Medicare?, What is Medicare Part B?, Veterans Affairs, Veterans Benefits, Tricare, Veterans Health Benefits, Spousal Benefits, Group Benefits, What is Medicare Part A?, initial enrollment period
Congratulations to one of our licensed agents, Roy Paul, on a job well done! Roy Paul recently assisted Mrs. King and her son on their Medicare needs.
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