Medigap for Seniors Turning 65 or Medicare Eligible

October 16, 2013 /// 9 Comments

Medigap is the nickname given to Medicare Supplemental insurance that helps fills in the “gaps” of Original Medicare. We know it can seem a little overwhelming to learn about all the new health options once you…

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Over 65: How does Medicare Work with Your Family?

October 15, 2013 /// No Comments

Most health plans allow for family coverage, however Medicare isn’t like most health plans. Therefore your children and spouse cannot enroll in your Medicare plan. But, the…

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Medigap: Guaranteed Coverage

October 11, 2013 /// No Comments

Medicare Supplement insurance, more commonly known as Medigap, offers guaranteed coverage. What does this mean? We’ll explain it to you, as well as lay down some Medigap knowledge on you.

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ObamaCare Plans VS. Medicare

October 3, 2013 /// 2 Comments

Many seniors are wondering if they should switch from Medicare to an ObamaCare plan. You may be able to, but you might not want to. We’ll explain.

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ObamaCare: Medigap and Preexisting Conditions

October 1, 2013 /// 8 Comments

ObamaCare, also known as the Affordable Care Act, has a provision that disallows preexisting conditions to be a factor in any new health plan. But how does this affect Medicare Supplemental insurance? We’ve got answers for you.

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Medicare Study: Expenses and Costs

September 20, 2013 /// No Comments

Mount Sinai School of Medicine released a study stating that high cost of medical care accrued by seniors when only covered by Medicare. Simply stated Medicare doesn’t cover as much as…

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5 Ways the ACA Affects Seniors

September 16, 2013 /// No Comments

The Affordable Care Act and Medicare is a controversial subject because there are mixed accounts of how it will affect seniors. We’ve compiled 5 changes: 1) Background checks on all workers at…

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Anthem Refunds Medigap Policyholders in 5 States

September 10, 2013 /// No Comments

Anthem will be refunding Medicare Supplement, Medigap, policyholders in five states. This is due to the Affordable Care Act’s 80/20 Rule, that states all providers must…

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Affordable Care Act: No Charge for Preventive Care for Seniors and Medicare Eligible

September 4, 2013 /// No Comments

If you qualify for Medicare you will no longer will pay for approved preventive services under Medicare. These services include wellness visits, mammograms, and colonoscopies without having to pay coinsurance or coming out of the Medicare Part B deductible. This is good news for seniors or anyone who is Medicare Eligible. Medicare and ObamaCare One […]

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Affordable Care Act Senior Question

August 30, 2013 /// No Comments

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