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Medicare and Vision Coverage

Posted by TSS Medicare Helper on Dec 14, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Vision problems can become a common issue many will deal with as they get older. As a Medicare beneficiary you may be wondering what type of vision services you’re covered for.

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Topics: eyesight, eye care, medicare advantage plan, what does medicare cover?, senior health, senior, senior care, TSS Fans, TSS, Senior Blogs, What is Medicare Part A?, What is Medicare Part B?, What is Medicare Part C?, medicare part b coverage, Medicare Part A, Medicare Part B, Medicare Part C, finances, happiness, aging, bbb, healthcare, healthy living

8 Frequently Asked Questions about Medicare

Posted by Lesley Couch on Mar 14, 2018 12:05:00 PM


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Topics: Medicare, Medicare Part A, Medicare Part B, Social Security, disability, Employee Benefits, Employer Insurance, Special Enrollment Period, initial enrollment period, creditable coverage, medicare advantage, Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare Supplements, Medicare Supplement Plans, prescription drug coverage, Prescription drug plans, Medicaid, LIS, Medicare Enrollment, final expenses

7 Trusted Tips to Celebrate Women (and yourself!)

Posted by TSS Medicare Helper on Mar 5, 2018 4:52:02 PM

March is the month dedicated to celebrating women. Women’s History Monthhas been declared a time in which we can reflect on and celebrate the contributions and accomplishments of women around the world. Every woman is a trailblazer in her own right, and we feel that it is important to recognize the drive and dedication of all women and girls today.

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Topics: Medicare, Medicare A, Medicare Part A, Medicare B, Medicare Part B, What is Medicare?, What is Medicare Part A?, What is Medicare Part B?, Employer Insurance, Employee Benefits, health insurance

SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018

Posted by Lesley Couch on Feb 23, 2018 10:51:24 AM

Last Friday Congress passed and President Donald Trump signed into law the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 (BBA 2018). This

Budget Act provides Congress until March 23rd to enact appropriation and certain other funding measures and establish a general agreement on spending that will last into 2019. This legislation contains a number of healthcare provisions that are important to people on Medicare.

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Topics: Medicare, Medicare A, Medicare Part A, Medicare B, Medicare Part B, What is Medicare?, What is Medicare Part A?, What is Medicare Part B?, Employer Insurance, Employee Benefits, health insurance

Changes to Medicare 2018-blog

Posted by TSS Medicare Helper on Dec 1, 2017 5:22:16 PM

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.

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Topics: Changes to Medicare, Medicare Premiums, medicare costs, Medicare Coverage, Medicare Part A, Medicare Part B, Medicare Part D, Compare Medicare Plans

Do I Need to Pack My Medicare Card when I Travel?

Posted by TSS Medicare Helper on Jun 19, 2017 3:06:00 PM

 With Spring here and Summer on the horizon, we are entering prime travel season. Many people take advantage of these warmer months to take trips to see family and loved ones, or to visit far off places where they have never been. No matter the reason for your travel adventure, we know that you will want to be as prepared as you possibly can for whatever may arise, including injury or illness. So, when packing away all of your important travel documents, do not forget to include your Medicare card and if you have a secondary plan, it's card! 

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Topics: Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare Part B, Medicare Part A, Original Medicare, travel, medicare card

Medicare & Eye care: 5 Things Beneficiaries Should Know

Posted by TSS Medicare Helper on Jun 13, 2017 12:02:00 PM

 Vision problems can become a common issue many will deal with as they get older. As a Medicare beneficiary you may be wondering what type of vision services you’re covered for.

Original Medicare:  Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, does not cover routine eye exams for eyeglasses or contact lenses. Medicare will only pay for routine eye care in the following specific circumstances:

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Topics: Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare Part B, Medicare Part A, Original Medicare, vision care, vision health, vision insurance, eye care

The ABC's of Summer Skin Cancer Prevention

Posted by TSS Medicare Helper on Jun 5, 2017 12:00:00 PM

Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. According to the American Academy of Dermatology it is estimated that nearly 9,500 people a day are diagnosed with skin cancer. The risk of skin cancer rises as we age, likely because the older we are the more sun exposure we have endured in our lifetime.

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Topics: skin cancer, cancer prevention, Health, Health Care, Medicare Part B, summer

How Social Security Impacts Your Medicare Premium

Posted by TSS Medicare Helper on May 10, 2017 12:00:00 PM

 

There are really 5 different Medicare Part B levels of payment for people of different incomes. These range from $42 to $203.80, depending mostly upon income. However, it is not just income that might impact Part B premiums: social security could also raise premiums for some higher income beneficiaries.

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Topics: Social Security, Medicare Part B, medicare penalties, Medicare Enrollment, Medicare

Turning 65 and Still Working: What About Medicare?

Posted by admin on May 8, 2017 12:00:00 PM

Working past traditional retirement age used to be uncommon. The Department of Labor Statistics estimated that about 15 percent of people over 65 still worked in 2006. Today, the number of people who wait to retire until between 66 and 74 years of age is expected to top one in four. At over the age of 74, almost 10 percent of the population may be still be at work. Medicare used to be only thought of as retirement health insurance, but many who qualify may not be retired at all.

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Topics: Part B, Medicare, Medicare Part A, Medicare Part D, Part A, Medicare Part B, how medicare works, Part D, Retirement, medicare eligibility, COBRA, What is COBRA?, Employer Insurance, group coverage, Medicare Coverage, creditable coverage

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