Medicare Topics

We all know that you usually need to be 65 years old to get Medicare, but do you need it? And if you do when is the right time to apply? Get the answers you need so that you’re ready to make the transition. Read more..

We all know that you usually need to be 65 years old to get Medicare, but how do you get it? Get the answers you need so that you’re ready to make the transition. Read more..

As you transition into Medicare, it’s essential to prepare yourself for the road ahead. This short article will cover four simple steps that you can take to prepare yourself for Medicare so that your enrollment is as stress-free as possible. Read more..

Medicare Parts A and B cover a wide range of medically necessary services and equipment. This article will help you to understand what Medicare covers so that you can make the right coverage choices. Read more..

New Medicare beneficiaries often wonder how much Medicare costs. Or how much they have to pay when they go to the doctor or hospital. This article will explain Medicare’s out of pocket costs in detail. Read more..

When people transition into Medicare there is often a lot of confusion around Medicare plan types. Someone seeking additional Medicare coverage has to decide if they want a Medicare Supplement, a Medicare Advantage plan, or just a Stand-Alone Part D plan. But before you can make a decision you must first understand what they are and how they differ from each other. Read More..

What are Medicare Advantage plans and how do they differ from Medicare supplements, and Medicare Part D? This article will explain the difference between the plan types and what you need to know about Medicare Advantage plans. Read More..

Medicare beneficiaries all have one thing in common. They want the best Medicare plan. If you decide to go with a Medicare Advantage plan, you might be wondering which one is the best.  In Brooklyn, New York, for example, there are about 40 different plan options. So how does a new Medicare beneficiary choose the best plan? Read more..

Does Medicare cover vision? Medicare Part A and B will cover eye care, but not in the way you might think. Medicare views eye care in two ways, either it’s medically necessary, or it’s not. This article will explain how Medicare covers vision. Read more..

Most Medicare beneficiaries have concerns about how they will pay for health care in retirement. We all know about Medicare insurance plans but are you familiar with the state and federal assistance programs that are available to Medicare beneficiaries? Read more..

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