It’s Medicare open enrollment period starting October 15 and through December 7, 2019. Your chance to change coverage (Medicare plans) if you want. Medicare Part C plans, known as Medicare Advantage plans are private health insurance plans, mainly HMOs and PPOs, for people enrolled in Medicare. If you enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan, you […]
The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period: How to Make Changes to Your Plans Now that we are in October, the attention of many seniors has turned to the Medicare annual enrollment period. How could you not be thinking about it, right? The television commercials have begun, and the mailings have started piling up. Making Changes to your […]
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Medicare is a federal health insurance program that you pay into throughout your working career. It’s for people who are at least 65 years old or those who are under 65 years old and have a disability. It’s also for people who have permanent kidney failure, or End-Stage Renal Disease, and need dialysis or a […]
Anyone with a chronic health condition knows it’s important to have healthcare coverage. For those with Rheumatoid Arthritis, healthcare coverage is vital. Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease affecting approximately 1.5 million people in the United States. It happens to be the most common inflammatory joint disease, affecting 1-2% of the worldwide population. The […]
When you look over the Medigap coverage chart, which shows the standardized Medigap plans, you may notice an asterisk beside the Plan F. Most people never pay much attention to this or read the fine print below the chart to understand exactly what this signifies. Is Plan F a Viable Medicare Supplement Option? Actually, this notation […]