A Medicare Medical Savings Account is a type of Medicare Advantage Plan, however it is a little different type of plan. Below are some important
Traveling with Medicare
Original Medicare (having only Part A and Part B) allows you to see any doctor or hospital that simply accepts Medicare in the U.S. and its
Medicare Supplement Plans in 2020
MACRA is known as the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015. With this brings a change to know about relating to Medicare Supplement
2019 Medicare Numbers
What numbers are changed for the 2019 calendar year? Here is a grid detailing the changes: The standard Part B Premium amount is $135.50 in
The Process to Sign up for Medicare – Explained
You are first eligible for Medicare when you turn age 65. You can sign up during a 7-month period that: Starts 3 months before the month you
How Does Medicare Compare to My Employer Health Plan?
With employer offered health plans having changed in recent years, it is a smart idea to compare your employer health plan to that of Medicare plans.
What are Medicare Part B Excess Charges?
Medicare Part B Excess charges are related to doctors and other outpatient healthcare providers, including medical supplies. This is not charged by
Medicare Supplement Options if Under Age 65 and on Medicare
Federal law doesn't require insurance companies to sell Medicare Supplement policies to people under 65. If you're under 65, you might not be able to
What to do When a Medication Isn’t Covered by Medicare Part D
Sometimes you may be prescribed a medication which is not covered on the formulary, which is a list of covered medications, for your Part D