CMS has established the following special enrollment period (SEP) to support Medicare beneficiaries impacted by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. Continue reading “Hurricane beneficiaries granted Special Enrollment Period by CMS” »
The Medicare Open Enrollment Period (OEP) / Annual Election Period (AEP) is an annual reminder to update your knowledge about Medicare so that you can make the most informed coverage choices going into the new year—and the newest edition of Medicare & You is one of the best resources at your disposal. Continue reading “Get Your Copy of Medicare and You 2014” »
While researching the health benefits of tea, I seemed to come across one new benefit after another until it got hard to keep up. Continue reading “Tea … One of the Great Natural Medicines?” »
Though they sound similar, there is a huge difference between Medicare and Medicaid. Continue reading “Medicare vs Medicaid — What They’re All About” »
Because American seniors typically transition from employer health insurance to Medicare, it makes perfect sense that a “senior market” exists in the insurance industry’s eyes. Continue reading “Seniors Squarely in the Sights of the Insurance Industry … and Just About Everybody Else” »
Care to guess what the following conditions have in common? Continue reading “Government Committed to Improving End-Stage Renal Disease Care” »
Medicare can seem a lot like alphabet soup with all its parts and plans and choices spanning so many letters of the alphabet.
If you’re a veteran with active-duty service in any branch of the United States Armed Forces, you may qualify for United States Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA) health benefits. Continue reading “Veterans Benefits and Medicare” »