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If you have Medicare Part B with or without a Medicare Supplement Plan the answer is yes. Or if you have a Medicare Advantage Plan Part C, it should also have an ambulance service. So here is a deeper dive...
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As many of us are concerned about catching Covid-19 and concerned about the vaccine, some resources can give you up-to-date information. Let’s start with 4 Phased approach to vaccine distribution, you will find interesting information on this web site. There...
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Seniors thinking of getting a Medicare Supplement Plan may want to consider a High Deductible Plan G. Medigap policies are standardizedplansprivateinsurance companies offer. All policies offer the same basic benefits, and some may offer additional benefits. Typically, the confusion with...
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If you live in Arizona, Nevada, or California and would like to get quotes for Medicare Supplement, Advantage  Plan, or prescription drug plans without a phone call, you can. This app allows you to get information about Medicare insurance plans...
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It depends on if you are going to use it regularly, or are you just getting it in case of an emergency? Do you have a dentist that you want to use and is the dentist in the network? In...
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The answer is, MAYBE. Depending on where you live you could receive a reduction in your Medicare Part B premium between $20 to $115 per month through a Part C Advantage Plan. Things to consider when choosing a Part C...
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If you have a Medicare Supplement Plan (Medigap Plan) in California you can use the California Birthday Rule once a year. This rule allows you to change your Medigap plan to a similar or lesser Plan without medical screening and...
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The short answer is that it depends on the area you live in. You can check to confirm if they are offered in your area at Medicare Insurance Plans. There are PPO Advantage Plans that are both local and national....
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If you take COBRA instead of going on Medicare, you need to understand that COBRA is not creditable coverage. This means that if you take COBRA, then, when the coverage ends you may be penalized for both Part B and...
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You have a 7-month window to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan which is your ICEP (Initial Coverage Enrollment Period).  This includes 3 months before you are entitled to Medicare Part A and enrolled in Part B, the month you...
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