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Medicare and Medicaid are both government programs that help pay for health care. However, the benefits, costs, and eligibility requirements are different. Medicare basics Medicare is a federall
Medicare Savings Programs help low-income individuals with some of the out-of-pocket costs for Medicare, including Medicare Part A and Part B premiums, deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance. E
A primary care physician typically practices general medicine and may be the first person you see for non-emergency medical care. In a Medicare Advantage HMO plan your primary care physician may
If you or a loved one cannot live at home independently, a nursing home may be the best possible option. Medicare generally does not pay for long-term nursing home care, but covers short-term ca
Doctor visits can be stressful for seniors on Original Medicare, Part A and Part B. Read on for tips about planning doctor visits so you'll know what to expect and have the information you need to
Senior citizens often end up in the emergency room (ER) for serious health issues -- heart attacks or strokes, for example – but many are also rushed to the ER because of injuries and accidents.
Since health care is one of the biggest expenses seniors have to face, your Medicare costs and benefits should be a key part of your budget when planning for retirement. It’s important to have
Before you apply for Medicare, it's critical for you to be aware of how Medicare coverage fits in with your health and drug needs, now and in the future. There are several types of Medicare plan o
People sometimes ask "Can you have private insurance and Medicare? How does that work?" In some cases, you may be able to have both Medicare and private insurance, as we'll explain. Private ins
Keeping health-care costs down while still getting good health coverage is very important, especially for seniors on a fixed income. As a Medicare beneficiary, you can take charge of your health-c
A durable power of attorney (or other advance directive) gives an individual the legal authority to make decisions on behalf of a person who is unable to do so (called a "principal"). Depending on
The infusion of technology into senior living homes can present an easier life for everyone involved. Whether it's electronic monitoring devices, digital medical records, or even robotic caregiver
Preserving your good health is an ongoing effort, and one of the keys to a long, active life is preventive care. By taking care of yourself and recognizing warning signs of disease, you may be abl
To better plan for your retirement and future health care needs, you need to understand the real cost of aging for seniors. This will require you to take a look at current and future health care
If you’re about to retire, making sure you have adequate health insurance for retirees may be one of your top priorities. According to the National Library of Medicine, health care costs incre
Yes, if you qualify for Medicare by disability or health problem, you could lose your Medicare eligibility. If you qualify for Medicare by age, you cannot lose your Medicare eligibility. How do
Almost everyone has to find a primary care doctor at some point. But when you add Medicare into the equation, does that make it more difficult? Learn how to find a primary care physician n
If you’re receiving medical care, your primary concern may be to get the treatment you need. Your secondary concern may be to figure out how your care is being paid for. If you want to k
How does Medicare work if you move to another state? Some people have vacation homes, and others love to roam the country in mobile homes when they're retired. It's wise to learn about you
Summary: Some Medicare Advantage plans asks that you select a primary care doctor. Changing to a new primary doctor is typically an easy process of filling out a change form online with your insurer
Summary: How you choose a primary care doctor could be different if you have only basic Medicare, Medicare Supplement together with basic Medicare, or a Medicare Advantage plan. Like most people,
Summary: Research showed that 93% of primary care doctors accept Medicare, but only 70% are accepting new patients. A primary care doctor is the health care provider who handles most of your he
Summary: For many military retirees, Medicare and TRICARE will work together to give you your health benefits. Is Medicare or TRICARE better for retired or active-duty military members? For many
Summary: Medicare was designed for people age 65 and over. You may also qualify for Medicare if you have a disability or certain disease. Despite what some politicians are proposing in 2019, Medi
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*eHealth's Medicare Choice and Impact report examines user sessions from more than 45,000 eHealth Medicare visitors who used the company's Medicare prescription drug coverage comparison tool in the fourth quarter of 2018, including Medicare's 2019 Annual Election Period (October 15 – December 7, 2018).
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