18 May 2017
As someone who is older, retired, and no longer getting health insurance through a job, adjusting to Medicare can be challenging. When doing research on the different Medicare plans, you might start to see the phrase "supplemental insurance" pop up. Supplemental insurance (sometimes called Medigap plans) can provide you greater coverage in some cases, but first you've got to think about the issues below to see whether it would work for you.
25 April 2017
Even though most people know that there is an internal medicine doctor (or internist) located in their town or even know someone who visits one on a regular basis, many have no idea what an internal medicine doctor actually specializes in. An internal medicine specialist is a professional who has spent a great deal of their time learning about adult diseases and how they affect the processes and systems of the body.
31 March 2017
If your son or daughter under the age of 22 is disabled, he or she might be eligible for social security payments. When they have been receiving those payments for at least two years, it may now be possible to qualify for Medicare. Given that Medicare is a wonderful and important resource for disabled persons but does not cover all of your medical expenses without secondary coverage, a supplement to it is often recommended.
27 March 2017
Most Americans over the age of 65 (and in some unique cases, those who are under age 65 but receive Social Security benefits) are eligible for Medicare health insurance benefits. If you've recently qualified for Medicare, here are five ways to make the most of this important benefit: Start with a List of Priorities Medicare plans vary in detail, including deductibles, services covered, prescription benefits, and more. A good way to help decide on the best plan is to start by making a list of your main priorities.