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Listing of Our Medicare Blog Articles

Listing of Our Medicare Blog Articles

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High Deductible Medicare Plan G

Did you know that there is a High Deductible Medicare Plan G? Some beneficiaries find this a surprise since most carriers do not advertise it.

Affordable Care Act or Medicare?

If you’ve benefited from a health insurance subsidy under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, you may feel hesitant about Medicare.

Lifelong Exercise Adds Up to Big Health Care Savings

Becoming more physically active today might help us avoid thousands of dollars in health care costs later, according to a new study of exercise and Medicare claims.

Why Medicare Part D Will Drive You Nuts

If you're new to Medicare, you will probably soon find out that Part D is no bed of roses, no matter which insurance company you buy your Part D plan from.

Moving With Medicare

Many Medicare beneficiaries decide to move in retirement. Depending on the type of Medicare plan you have, you may need to change plans once you have a new address.

Are Medicare Advantage Plans Bad?

If you've been checking with your doctors about what plans they take, chances are that you may have come across a provider who tells you Medicare Advantage plans are bad.

Drug Discount Programs vs. Medicare Part D

CAUTION! Drug discount programs ARE NOT a replacement for a Medicare Part D policy.

Hospital Observation and Medicare - Inpatient vs. Outpatient

Did you know that under Medicare, it’s possible to spend the night in the hospital but still be considered to be receiving only outpatient care? Find out how to avoid being caught by this Medicare loophole.

What Medicare Covers While Traveling

There are only a few instances where Medicare will cover services obtained in a foreign country. Here's what you need to know about Medicare when traveling.

Medicare Advantage Plans

Is a Medicare Advantage plan right for you?

Turning 65? Here Are Some Pitfalls When Signing Up For Medicare

The Medicare enrollment decision is too important to get wrong.

Retrieved 11 of 11 Medicare blog posts