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The vast majority of retirees in the U.S. qualify for Medicare because either they or a spouse have enough work credits. This means that these qualified individuals pay no premium for Part A and a modest premium for Part B. However, some people don’t qualify, and this is usually because they immigrated to the United… Read More


Medicare fraud costs us all money in the form of possibly higher taxes and premiums. Not only does fraud waste money, it might even involve harm to patients who aren’t given the care they need or receive unnecessary care with potential side effects. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services even has an entire… Read More


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According to a Kaiser Family Foundation page, “Medigap Reform: setting the Context for Understanding Recent Proposals,” the vast majority of Medicare beneficiaries enhance their Medicare benefits with some other kind of coverage. Even though Part A and Part B offer very broad coverage, it is no secret that there are gaps because of deductibles, copays,… Read More


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According to recent figures, about 30 percent of Medicare beneficiaries enhance their benefits with a Medicare Advantage plan. At the same time, about one in for beneficiaries choose a Medicare supplement. Almost everybody on Medicare enhances their benefits with some other insurance, but some people are also entitled to get help with a job-related health… 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