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via Another year has come and gone… and this year you, or your loved one, has or is going to become newly eligible for Medicare. Maybe you’re not new to Medicare and you’re already enrolled in Medicare Parts A & B, but wasn’t aware of Medicare Supplement plans. Then... Continue reading
Reblogged Oct 2, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
Check out our new FAQ about the different types of Medicare Supplement plans available today! Continue reading
Posted Sep 20, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
As you’re making your initial transition into Medicare, you may find that there are two avenues that you can pursue medical coverage. With traditional Medicare, you can purchase a Medicare supplement plan to coincide with your parts A & B and also a Medicare prescription drug plan or Part D... Continue reading
Posted Sep 20, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
Medicare Supplement Plan F (Medigap) | MedicareFAQ Continue reading
Reblogged Sep 19, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
Reblogged Aug 7, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
Medicare Supplement Plan L (Medigap) | MedicareFAQ Continue reading
Reblogged Aug 7, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has it that seniors can now live past 65 years by 19.3 years on average. However, for this to be possible, they have to adopt a healthy living by quitting smoking, managing their weight and being physically active. Isolation and loneliness among seniors... Continue reading
Posted Jul 11, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
Repealing the ACA: What It Could Mean for Medigap Consumers. The Congressional Budget Office has said that during the next decade, more than 23 million people could lose their health insurance. Continue reading
Posted Jun 1, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
Currently 5.0/5 Stars.123455.0 from 3 votes Posted on 05-23-2017, by:Jagger EngleMedicareFAQ It can be confusing understanding how Medigap works along with Medicare. Basically, Medicare controls Medigap plans B, C,D and F and makes sure all Medigap insurers provide the same coverage at their own premium rate. As the insured, you... Continue reading
Reblogged May 30, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
Medicare Part F & Medicare Plan F: What’s the Difference? | MedicareFAQ Medicare Part F & Medicare Plan F: What’s the Difference? What is Medicare Part F Insurance? How does it differ from Medicare Plan F? The correct terminology for this plan if Medicare Supplement Plan F but some people... Continue reading
Reblogged May 24, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
Plan F vs Plan G: Which Medicare Supplement (Medigap) Plan is the Better Buy | MedicareFAQ Continue reading
Reblogged May 24, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
Reblogged May 22, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
April 5, 2017 at 2:29 PM Leave a comment If you’re a Medicare beneficiary, Medicare does cover hospice. Medicare beneficiaries might not know about the hospice benefit that’s available to support end-of-life issues. Financial planners say that Medicare hospice benefits are underused by beneficiaries. Hospice care can help the dying... Continue reading
Reblogged May 22, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
There is no shortage of research regarding the benefits of having a canine companion in your senior years. In many situations, living in an independent or assisted living community will not prevent you from keeping your furry family member or adopting one. There are some considerations to think about when... Continue reading
Reblogged May 22, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
The following article was written and provided by Lindsay Engle of MedicareFAQ. MedicareFAQ is an online resource center that helps individuals learn more about their Medicare options, as well as supplemental Medicare plans. Visitors can compare different plans side-by-side in order to find the best plan for their needs. Long... Continue reading
Reblogged May 22, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
By Jagger Esch, president and CEO, Elite Insurance Partners LLC There's so much wearable technology available right now it’s enough to make your head spin if you don’t know what you’re looking for, even for someone who’s knowledgeable. For many, the various capabilities the newest sports watches have are more... Continue reading
Reblogged May 22, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
Since original Medicare pays about 80 percent of your doctor and hospitalization expenses, the average 20 percent co-pay obligation can add up quickly. Up to 10 plans are offered in each state. These plans are identified according to letter, such as A to G and K to N plans. It’s... Continue reading
Posted May 19, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
There are Medicare supplements, which are an excellent and convenient options for consumers, on the other side of the isle you have what’s known as Medicare Advantage. Medicare Advantage plans are denoted by the term of HMP, PPO and sometimes PFFS plans. There are several factors of Medicare Advantage programs... Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
Health experts argue that Trumpcare has many clauses that lockout vulnerable citizens, more especially the low-income senior citizens from receiving the health care coverage that they deserve. Below are some ways through which Trumpcare might negatively impact our senior citizens. An open enrollment period is a duration during which a... Continue reading
Posted May 5, 2017 at MedicareFAQ
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