When is the Medicare Open Enrollment Period? The Medicare Open Enrollment period is terminology that many people often use to refer to the end of the year period during which you can change medical and prescription plans. However, there is definitely some confusion about this period and some misuse of the term. Let’s clear up […]
What: Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) Also known as the Annual Election Period or Medicare Open Enrollment When: October 15 through December 7, 2019 Medicare beneficiaries have one guaranteed chance to make changes to their Medicare enrollment each year — the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period from October 15th through December 7th. During this period, you […]
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Power scooters increase mobility to make everyday tasks possible again for many individuals. They are a great choice for this, but they are quite expensive. Medicare will provide coverage for mobility scooters if you are able to meet certain requirements. Scooters and wheelchairs are considered durable medical equipment, which is covered under Medicare Part B. […]
United Healthcare Plan G: Old Plan, New Company Plan G is an increasingly popular Medigap plan, even more so with the announcement of the end of Medigap Plan F. Plan G has been increasing in market share and momentum as a viable alternative to the most common plan, Plan F. Now, one of the largest […]
When it comes to insurance, it would be fair to say you either pay now or pay later. If you pay now, you are choosing to pay a higher premium with the expectation your insurance plan will pay more when you file a claim. The pay later option means a lower monthly premium and leaves […]
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