Explore the variety of ways you can save money while on Medicare in this helpful video.
If you are entering Medicare with pre-existing conditions, learn how proper enrollment can ensure coverage for those conditions.
Learn about the options available to you as you approach age 65 and need to make important choices about Medicare.
A pharmacy expert explains how seniors on Medicare Part D can keep their drug costs down in this helpful video.
Medicare specialists provide helpful, accessible answers to questions that many seniors face when enrolling in Medicare.
Many preventative services are covered under Medicare, such as flu shots or yearly exams. Learn more as Medicare experts discuss this issue.
Medicare experts discuss the differences between Medicare Advantage and Medicare supplemental insurance and explain the benefits of each.
If you're thinking about changing your Medicare plans and want to know when and how to do that, watch this informative video.
This video explains what creditable coverage is and lists some of the penalties incurred if you delay Medicare enrollment without creditable coverage.
Learn about the transfer enrollment period for Medicare beneficiaries leaving their managed care plan who want to pay a premium for Medicare Part A.
Watch experts answer common Medicare enrollment questions and share advice for picking Medicare Advantage and Medigap plans.
Discover how to find your local SHIP office and use their resources to ensure you are making the most of Medicare.
Home health care is a great option available to Medicare beneficiaries who meet certain requirements. Learn if home care might fit your situation.
Medicare covers most of the medical services you need if you have diabetes. Read this breakdown to get the most from your benefits.
This video explains some of the major changes to Medicare being phased in following the adoption of health care reform legislation in 2010.
Carolyn Snow, a 68-year-old from Marshall, Texas, explains how Medicare Part D has helped her continue to live an active life with diabetes.
The federal government has passed laws that plan to slowly close the Medicare Part D donut hole on prescription drug coverage by 2020.
If you have diabetes, Medicare Part D covers the anti-diabetic drugs, insulin and supplies required to treat this condition.
Medicare beneficiaries with diabetes are entitled to supplies and equipment under Medicare Part B if they meet certain conditions.
Although Medicare will not cover hearing aids in most circumstances, it does not exclude coverage for all hearing devices. Learn more.
This video explains what to do if a drug is not listed on your Part D plan's formulary, including the process of requesting an exception in such cases.
If you have retiree insurance, you will still need Medicare in most cases. Learn how to enjoy full coverage under your retiree policy.
If you qualify for care in a rehabilitation hospital covered by Medicare, your out-of-pocket expenditure will be equal to any other hospital stay.
Although Medicare and Medigap do not cover routine eye examinations, some costs may be covered if you suffer from a serious eye condition.
Many seniors are unaware of the rules surrounding coverage of eye exams, glasses, and other vision-related issues. Find out what is covered and when.
You and your health are always changing. At some point, you may need to change your Medicare plan to fit accordingly.
Medicare covers the cost of acquiring a wheelchair or scooter. Learn more about the requirements and whether you or someone you love might qualify.
If a service or treatment is denied by Medicare, you can follow the review and appeals process set up within the Medicare program. Learn more.
Seniors whose home health coverage is terminated have the right to advocate for an appeal. Learn how to take action if this happens to you.
If you decide to enroll in Medicare Part B, it is important to understand the rules that surround this coverage. Read more to learn the basics.
Medicare Part B covers many outpatient and preventative services. Learn more about what is and is not covered with Part B.
Medicare coverage for those with skilled nursing care is often ended prematurely by nursing homes. Find out why this happens and how to handle it.
Medicare beneficiaries can receive up to 100 days of skilled nursing care through Medicare Part A. Read more to learn the benefits and rules.
Some Medicare beneficiaries have felt that they were prematurely discharged from the hospital. Read to find out how to prevent this and take action.
Watch this video to gain a deeper understanding of the basics of Medicare through an insightful top ten list of big ideas to aid the Medicare process.
Seniors can now receive coverage for colon cancer screening. This includes four types of screening and is available to anyone receiving Medicare.
Learn about the basics involved in receiving hospice through Medicare, including how to join, change providers, and end your hospice care.
There is a lot to consider when deciding which Medicare plan is right for you. This video gives basic steps to help you make a wise choice.
While using Medicare’s hospice services, find out how Medicare can also provide coverage for things that are unrelated to your terminal illness.
If you are considering enrolling in hospice care through Medicare, it’s important to know which services are and are not covered and at what cost.
Hospice care through Medicare gives those suffering from a terminal illness care and support from a team of skilled and compassionate professionals.
This video takes a look at the basic parts of Medicare by summarizing parts A, B, C, and D and giving helpful insight into each aspect.
This articles takes a closer look at the pros and cons of Medigap and Medicare Advantage Plans. Find out which type of plan is best for you.
Watch this video to gain a foundational understanding of Medicare Part A and Part B. Grasping the basics will help simplify Medicare.
Finding the best Part D plan may help save greatly on out-of-pocket expenses for prescription drugs. Read these four helpful tips.
Finding a Medicare Part D plan may be confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. Learn how formularies can help you find the best prescription drug plan.
The last in our series on Social Security Disability Benefits and Medicare, learn about eligibility incentives for working despite a disability.
There are many different Medicare plans, but the most common are broken down into four basic parts. Read more to learn about the basics of each part.
Medicare may help cover the cost for some vaccines and immunizations. Learn more about this process and its regulations.
A Medicare Summary Notice is an explanation of benefits that is sent to beneficiaries every three months to provide important account information.
Watch this video to learn about the various parts of Medicare and how to obtain its benefits while receiving Social Security Disability assistance.
Many Americans may be eligible for Medicare benefits due to a disability even if under the age of 65. Discover who qualifies for these benefits.
Gary Demirkan discusses the basic definitions of Medicare parts C and D with a Medicare expert.
Gary Demirkan conducts a Q-and-A about the fundamentals of Medicare Part B with a review of key points concerning Part A.
Gary Demirkan interviews a Medicare expert to get a basic understanding of Medicare Part A and what it covers.
Most Medicare cardholders will not see a change in Part B premiums in 2011, but some could find them increased to $115.40 per month.
Part D beneficiaries will be able to purchase some drugs at a 50 percent discount under the Medicare Coverage Gap Discount Program.
Here's a simple overview of Medicare Part D and how it works to help pay for your prescription drugs.
There are a number of ways to be sure you are prepared in the event of a health emergency. Here are a few quick tips.
For Medicare recipients who meet certain low-income levels, Part D prescription drug costs may be reduced or waived with Social Security assistance.
Medicare beneficiaries whose income reaches certain levels will have to pay higher premiums on Medicare Part B or prescription drug plans.
Discover the changes coming to the Medicare Part D donut hole so you can plan for your prescription drug expenditures in 2011.
If you're wondering what to expect in the way of Medicare costs, view this video to see how the different parts add up.
This video answers the basic questions about Medicare and how it works in less than three minutes.
What to do if you are eligible for Medicare but also qualify for COBRA's extension of benefits from previous employment.
Medicare Part A is often called hospital insurance because it covers hospital services
such as inpatient care in hospitals, hospice services and home health care.
When you have creditable coverage, you probably do not have Medicare Part D. That's because for most people it does not make sense to have two prescription drug plans.
Medicare has several different types of enrollment periods that allow you to enroll in all the different types of Medicare coverage each year.
Click the link above to download and view the federal government's official handbook for Medicare. Many of your questions can be answered here.
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