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Is There a Maximum Out-of-pocket with Original Medicare?

When covered by most types of medical insurance policies, there will be an out-of-pocket maximum stated in the plan. This is the total amount – inclusive of the coinsurance and

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When Can I Change My Medicare Advantage Plan?

Although you may have adequate coverage under your current Medicare Advantage plan, there could come a time when you feel the need to switch to a different plan due to

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What is the Donut Hole I Hear Everyone Talking About with Medicare?

Medicare Part D provides enrollees with prescription drug coverage. This coverage is offered to all Medicare beneficiaries who are eligible for Original Medicare. It is provided via private insurance companies,

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What Did ObamaCare Do To Medicare? Are Medicare Advantage Plans Going Away?

Today, there is a great deal of talk about the Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare. Certainly, this new health care reform will change the way that people receive and pay

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What is the Silver Sneakers Program and Can I Get It with My Medicare Plan?

Today, people are living longer than ever before – and one of the ways to help maintain a long and healthy lifespan is to participate in a regular exercise program.

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What is the Medicare Fee Schedule and How Does It Work?

Just as with any other type of insurance, it is important for Medicare to know how much to reimburse providers and other health care professionals for their services – without

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What is a Plan F Supplemental Plan and Why is It a Great Option For Many?

When choosing a Medicare Supplement insurance (Medigap) plan, it can seem a bit overwhelming. There are many different plans to choose from, ranging from the most basic coverage to a

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It Seems A Lot of Medicare Plans are Partnering with Preferred Pharmacies – What Does This Mean For Me?

Today, one of the biggest expenses that most seniors have is that of prescription medications. This is why having prescription drug coverage through either Medicare Part D or a Medicare

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I’m Reviewing Medicare Advantage Plans and They Are Showing HMO and PPO Networks. What Does This Mean?

Medicare Part C is also known as Medicare Advantage. This is a particular type of Medicare coverage that provides individuals an alternative to Medicare Part A and Part A. Medicare

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How Much Does Medicare Cost?

While Medicare covers a wide variety of health care services, oftentimes these services come at a cost of either a monthly premium, a deductible, a copayment, or all of the

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