Medical insurance is available for individuals who retire early. Early retirees will need to choose a medical plan to use until they transition to Medicare.
Learn about the options available to you as you approach age 65 and need to make important choices about Medicare.
Home health care is a great option available to Medicare beneficiaries who meet certain requirements. Learn if home care might fit your situation.
Although Medicare will not cover hearing aids in most circumstances, it does not exclude coverage for all hearing devices. Learn more.
If you have retiree insurance, you will still need Medicare in most cases. Learn how to enjoy full coverage under your retiree policy.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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