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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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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...
Did you know that Medicare covers a full range of preventive services? We want all of our friends and clients to stay healthy and to help with that we wanted to take some time to make sure our readership is aware about the preventative services offered to them through Medicare.
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Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period 2015 - Medicare Gals
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Many veterans, and some active-duty service people wonder if they need to enroll in Medicare Part B as soon as they qualify. Most people over 65 qualify for premium-free Medicare Part A, but they are required to pay a premium for Part B. This year, this premium is $104.90 for most eligible people, but that figure could change at any time. Do people who already have the ability to access health care benefits through the VA need to spend extra money for Part B?
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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Medicare Advantage plans and Medicare Supplements both provide beneficiaries with a way to minimize and control out-of-pocket health costs and maximize their benefits. Additionally, both types of senior health insurance are strictly regulated by federal and state insurance laws. However, these types of health insurance plans work very differently, and it is important to understand the difference before you decide which Medicare health insurance plan is best for you.
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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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