A cancer diagnosis can be scary, but if you have Medicare, most cancer treatment is generally covered. If you have additional protection with a Medicare Supplement Plan, your out-of-pocket costs could be very low, depending on the Medicare Supplement plan you choose. Read on to learn how Medicare pays for cancer treatment.
Whether you retire at 65 or keep working, you’ll be eligible for Medicare. Which means, you’ll have new choices in health plans — maybe more options than ever. There’s a lot to think about. So, it’s smart to start planning by asking these important questions.
Make sure you are educated on all of your Medicare related options so you can make an informed decision. These FAQ’s are here to give you unbiased information regarding your Medicare related coverage choices.
If you’re using Medicare and haven’t yet reviewed your prescription drug coverage for next year, now’s the time to do it.
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