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Medicare and Vaccines: What You Need to Know

Immunizations or vaccines can help prevent diseases and injuries, which is why Medicare frequently pays for them. Medicare programs cover the expenses of several vaccines (and their administration), including those for Hepatitis B, Influenza, and Pneumonia.   Getting the necessary vaccines is one of the most crucial things you can do [...]

Four Indications You Should Change Your Medicare Part D Coverage

If you had Medicare Part D coverage, you're probably aware that you have options for the specific plan you purchase. If any of the following circumstances are applied to you, switching from your current plan to a different one may be worthwhile. This is something you can do every year [...]

How to Prepare for the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP)

Your Medicare coverage plan will automatically renew at the start of each year unless you modify it, but you may not receive the same benefits. Insurance agencies review and improve the healthcare services of their Medicare plans annually. Rather than simply renewing your plan, double-check that it still meets your [...]

Prepare Your Checklist for Medicare and Turning 65

Checklist for Medicare and Turning 65 Whether you're retired or still working, for most people transiting from Marketplace plan to Medicare and turning 65 can be a daunting experience. Most people become eligible for Medicare coverage on their 65th birthday, though this can vary depending on when they begin receiving [...]

Vision Care for Older Adults: What’s Covered and What’s Not?

Vision care is essential for many seniors who need regular eye examinations or use prescription glasses or contact lenses. Reliable premium coverages can help you offset or waive the costs associated with the vision care services. Unfortunately, Medicare offers limited coverage for vision, and in some cases, no coverage at [...]

How to Choose Between Medigap, Medicare Advantage, and Part D

Once you've determined that you need more coverage than Original Medicare offers, the next step is to evaluate which of the multiple private insurance options will perfect meet your needs and fit your budget. You can either choose the Original Medicare plan and supplement it with a Medigap coverage and [...]

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