Medicare Part B covers physician and outpatient services. Part B can include ambulance services and durable medical equipment as well as laboratory tests and x-rays. While most seniors get Medicare Part A “premium free”, most seniors pay a monthly premium for Medicare Part B. Generally, Part B premiums are taken out of your monthly Social […]
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Can you get claim Medicare benefits without claiming Social Security? You sure can, and we’re going to outline the reasons to consider this option along with some of the pros and cons of delaying your claim to Social Security benefits. First, let’s look at some important information about Medicare and Social Security. Then, we can […]
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Deciding which Medicare Advantage or Supplement Plan is right for you is no easy task. There are seemingly endless options from which to choose. So give yourself a break and trust My Senior Health Plan to steer you in the right direction.
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While most individuals embrace the aging process, Medicare is excellent coverage that many seniors look forward to obtaining. Medicare has been providing health insurance coverage since 1965 for individuals 65 and older as well as certain disabled Americans. Over 15% of the country is currently enrolled in Medicare today and that’s a definite bonus after […]
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If you or someone you love is trying to qualify for Medicaid, you may have heard people talking about—or in most cases, complaining about—having to wait five years to access benefits. If you don’t have access to professional guidance, you could easily fall victim to this common misconception about Medicaid. When people complain about waiting […]
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Medicare Supplement Insurance, also known as Medigap, is a private insurance policy that helps pay some of the health care costs that Original Medicare doesn’t cover, like copayments, co-insurance, and deductibles. Some Medigap policies offer coverage for services that the Original Medicare does not cover. Examples are the medical care when you travel outside the […]
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