Whether you are newly eligible for Medicare coverage or exploring options during the annual open enrollment (October 15-December 7), you will be confronted with many Medicare choices. Many of the Continue Reading….
In all my discussions on the affordability side of Affordable Health Care and Beyond for ALL Americans, it is important to always “follow the money” from the source. Medicare funding paid out $638.7 Continue Reading….
A new trend from original (traditional) Medicare to Medicare Advantage is currently happening. In 2005, 13% of all Medicare-eligible beneficiaries were Medicare Advantage enrollees and in 2016, the number was Continue Reading….
The big news in healthcare circles this week is the connection between Aetna’s planned exit from 15 out of 19 state health insurance exchanges where it does business and the Justice Department’s lawsuit blocking Continue Reading….
Whether signing up for Medicare for the first time or making changes to your coverage during the yearly open enrollment (October 15-December 7), one of your most basic decisions involves Continue Reading….
One cannot speak of Affordable Health Care and Beyond for ALL Americans without placing Medicare center stage. Why? Medicare is a social insurance program that provides a health (and financial) security Continue Reading….
Could you imagine the IRS allowing the average American to simply tell them how much income he/she made for the year without getting third party verification (e.g., 1099s, W2s, etc.)? Continue Reading….