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One traditional way for Medicare beneficiaries to control the large gaps in coverage left by Part A and Part B of traditional Medicare has to been to purchase a Medigap policy, also called a Medicare supplement. One good thing about these policies is that they have been pretty standard in most states since the last… Read More


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Medicare Special Needs Plans, also called SNPs, are similar to Medicare Advantage plans. However, they are only open to people who satisfy for the specific criteria of the plan. The idea behind these plans is that they are tailored for Medicare beneficiaries with specific issues, so these plans may serve people with those unique needs… Read More


As people age, physical, mental, and vision changes might make falls more likely. Some medications may even make it harder to balance. The problem is serious enough that falls are the main source of injury with elderly people. If you or somebody that you care fall is at risk of falling, consider some sensible prevention… Read More


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Seniors and disabled people may be particularly vulnerable to scams that prey upon those who are in danger of losing their homes to foreclosure. Even though it is understandable that people may resort to desperate measures to keep their homes, it is very important for folks to learn how to protect themselves from getting into… Read More


Even though a lot of Medicare beneficiaries are just getting settled into their 2015 Medicare Advantage and part D drug plans, some folks are already looking forward to changes in these programs for 2016. Since CMS has finalized their updates in April of 2015, they have also been able to release some projects for next… Read More


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Even though these definitions are not 100 percent correct, it is fair to say that most people define Medicare Part A as hospital insurance and Part B as medical insurance. This outlines some of the basic charges for these Medicare health benefits: Most Americans qualify for free Part A based upon their own or a… Read More