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Diabetes and Medicare Coverage

Posted by Lesley Couch on Sep 4, 2019 12:00:33 PM

 

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Topics: medicare insurance, Part B, Part A, diabetes, Medicare Part B, medicare costs, awareness, exercise, prevention, Mediare Part A, Original Medicare, what does medicare cover?, preventative services, testing supplies

Marriage and Medicare Eligibility

Posted by Lesley Couch on Aug 12, 2019 10:00:00 AM

 

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Topics: Part B, Turning 65, how-to, Medicare Part A, Part A, eligibility, health insurance, Enrolling, Medicare Part B, applying for Medicare, senior community, health care plan, wellness, enrolling in medicare, baby boomers, explain medicare, Part D, Part C, What is Medicare Part D?, What is Medicare Part C?, initial enrollment period, medicare eligibility, IEP, marriage

The Future of Medicare’s Budget

Posted by Lesley Couch on May 6, 2019 3:30:11 PM

 

 

According to the 2019 annual report released this month by the Medicare Board Of Trustees regarding Medicare’s two separate trust funds- the Hospital Insurance (HI) Trust Fund, and the Supplementary Medical Insurance (SMI) Trust Funds- found that one of these two Medicare trust funds is on track to run out of reserves in seven years- these estimates aligning with last year's projections. 

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Topics: Part B, Medicare Part A, Part A, senior news, Medicare Part B, Medicare Part C, Part D, Part C, Senior Blogs, Medicare future, breaking news, future of Medicare, news

CMS Announces: New Medicare Cards Arrive Ahead of Schedule

Posted by Lesley Couch on Mar 1, 2019 10:12:02 AM

 

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Topics: Part B, Part A, CMS, Medicare Part B, Mediare Part A, Original Medicare, Blogging, Senior Blogs, medicare card, centers for medicare and medicare services

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. Now there are far more Americans aged 65 and older in the workforce than there were 3 decades ago. The number of employed Americans rose by 35% between 2011 and 2016 according to a December 2017 study completed by Senior Living. 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, Retirement, Medicare Part B, how medicare works, Part D, Medicare Coverage, Employer Insurance, COBRA, What is COBRA?, creditable coverage, medicare eligibility, group coverage

Medicare Made Easy

Posted by admin on Aug 8, 2015 10:36:46 PM

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Topics: Part B, health care coverage, Medicare, Part A, eligibility, Health, applying for Medicare, enrolling in medicare

How to apply for Medicare online

Posted by admin on Feb 25, 2015 12:36:57 PM

For many Americans, finally making it to Medicare age is somewhat of a right of passage. Why not? Working Americans have paid into this system most of their lives, and now it is time to reap the benefits. Just to ensure that you are familiar with the enrollment process for Part A and Part B, we’ll go over the basics.

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Topics: Part B, www.medicare.gov, Medicare, Medicare Part A, Part A, Enrolling, Medicare Gals, Medicare Part B, applying for Medicare, Medicare.gov, Medicare explained, enrollment, explain medicare

Initial Coverage Election Period 2015 - Medicare Gals

Posted by admin on Feb 5, 2015 6:21:23 PM


Initial Coverage Election Period - Medicare Gals http://youtu.be/En5UHMrQ4Ik

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Topics: Part B, Turning 65, Medicare, Medicare Part A, Part A, Medicare Gals, Medicare Part B, how medicare works, explain medicare

Be on guard against Medicare fraud!

Posted by admin on Aug 27, 2014 5:55:29 PM

During open enrollment, you will probably get approached about many different Medicare health insurance programs. While the vast majority of people who approach you are licensed insurance agents who adhere to strict ethical and legal standards, it pays to be careful in order to protect your own identity and personal information. Of course, you can also help protect Medicare against fraud, and this helps everybody enjoy lower costs and benefit benefits.

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Topics: Part B, www.medicare.gov, Medicare, medicare advantage, Medicare Part A, Medicare Part D, Part A, Medicare Part B, Medicare Part C, Medicare.gov, Medicare explained, how medicare works, explain medicare, Part D, Part C

How do Medicare Advantage and VA benefits work together?

Posted by admin on Aug 2, 2014 9:00:47 PM

After serving our country in a branch of the US military, many veterans are entitled to health benefits through the VA. However, VA doctors and hospitals are not always convenient options. The vast majority of retired veterans also qualify for Medicare Part A and Part B, and many also choose to maximize those benefits with a Medicare Advantage plan or the addition of a Medicare supplement.

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Topics: Part B, www.medicare.gov, Medicare, medicare advantage, Medicare Part A, Part A, TSS, Medicare Supplements, Medicare Part B, Medicare Part C, veterans, Medigap, Medicare explained, medicare solutions, how medicare works, explain medicare, Part D, Part C

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