The Medicare & You 2017 handbook has very important pieces of information that can get lost in the 132 pages of text. Changing or dropping Medicare coverage, for example, can have Continue Reading….
It’ s annual Medicare Open Enrollment (Oct 15-Dec 7) time and Medicare beneficiaries are being asked to make Medicare health plan choices that include many private insurance products (e.g., Medicare Continue Reading….
I have spent the last three weeks sharing with you how I researched available Medicare health and drug plan choices for my 80+ year old mom using the information and documents found Continue Reading….
Having completed the stand-alone Medicare Part D (PDP) evaluation for my mom (assuming she will stay with original Medicare), I am now ready to see if a Medicare Advantage plan (Medicare Part C) Continue Reading….
To complete the evaluation for finding my mom’s cheapest Medicare Part D plan (see BB’s Medicare Open Enrollment: Stand-Alone Prescription Drug Plans ), I will narrow down the selection by Continue Reading….
Welcome to the second part of my step-by-step guide for evaluating my mom’s Medicare choices during the 2017 annual Medicare Open Enrollment. In this blog post, I will be presenting Continue Reading….
It’s time for the annual Medicare Open Enrollment (October 15-December 7). Any changes current Medicare beneficiaries make during the Medicare Open Enrollment will take effect on January 1, 2017. If no Continue Reading….
As you can see from the title of this blog post, it is not how MUCH doctors are paid that I attach to the affordability issue, but rather HOW doctors are Continue Reading….