If you’ve recently enrolled in Original Medicare, congratulations! Now is a good time to learn about the different parts of Medicare, so you can understand what your benefits include and decide if you want to sign up for additional coverage.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) created a Star Rating system to help beneficiaries and their families compare plan performance and quality for Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare Prescription Drug Plans, and Medicare Cost plans.
If you are a senior on Medicare, you probably already know that it does not provide all the health insurance coverage you need. Many people consider buying a Medicare supplement plan.
The high cost of healthcare in the United States makes health insurance coverage a necessity for most people, particularly seniors who are more prone to health problems and are more likely to live on fixed incomes.
Relocating can be a chaotic time. It’s easy for small details to get lost in the shuffle or forgotten. Don’t let your Medicare coverage be one of those details.
Are you new to Medicare and confused about when to enroll? Many people aren’t new, but are unsure when or how they are able to make changes to their plan. This article will help explain more about making changes.
When it comes to the issue of finding the right health insurance, should you or can you buy it without getting help from a sales professional? You can be able to benefit in some situations from the expertise of a sales agent, and working with a Medicare broker might be a good idea because he/she will provide you with the invaluable guidance when researching and comparing insurance.
There are many elements of Medicare you need to know. Beginning with the basics of each program is always the best and easiest way to start.
People who qualify for Medicare at 65 have multiple options. One of the options is called Part C Medicare Advantage. These plans for the most part include Part D drug coverage within the policy. The other type of policy is called Medigap. Medigap plans are also known as a Medicare Supplement plans.
If you have an Original Medicare plan rather than a Medicare Advantage plan, you also have the option to fill many of the coverage gaps by purchasing a private Medicare supplemental insurance plan, also known as a Medigap plan.