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  People who live on tropical islands are less stressed, less likely to be depressed, and tend to live longer. You too can benefit from these tropical tip no matter where you live.

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PART A (HOSPITAL) You pay: Inpatient Hospital Stay (benefit period ends 60 days after release from care): Deductible: $1,484 per benefit period Coinsurance (days 1-60): $0 per day of each benefit period Coinsurance

December 28, 2020 Comments Off

Medicare & Medicaid Many individuals qualify for both Medicare and their state Medicaid program to provide coverage for their healthcare needs. Having a solid understanding of these programs can lead to better access

April 28, 2020 Comments Off

Choosing between Original Medicare or a Medicare Advantage plan can be confusing for many. Both options provide different opportunities to enroll, coverage, provider choices, billing processes, prescription coverage and extras. It's important to

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MEDICARE + EMPLOYER-BASED COVERAGE WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY COVERAGE? When you have Medicare and another type of insurance, Medicare will either pay primary or secondary for your medical costs.

February 25, 2020 Comments Off

PREMIUM-RELATED APPEALS WHAT IS THE PART B LATE ENROLLMENT PENALTY (LEP) AND HOW CAN I APPEAL IT? For each 12-month period you delay enrollment in Medicare Part B, you will have to pay

February 25, 2020 Comments Off

Medicare Minute® What’s new in 2020?

February 21, 2018 Comments Off

Drug companies will pay more to lower some Part D costs by Dena Bunis, AARP, February 9, 2018 Medicare beneficiaries with high annual prescription drug costs will get some relief a year earlier

November 24, 2017 Comments Off

Unless you take action to change it during Medicare Open Enrollment (Oct. 15 – Dec. 7), your current Medicare coverage will renew for the following year. But are you sure you want it

August 28, 2017 Comments Off

In health care, the magic number is 65. Most people who live in America are eligible for Medicare, a federal health insurance program, when they turn 65, as long as they have a Social

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