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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


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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


General Election Period – Medicare Gals http://youtu.be/A9qFVSiSXUI Mary: Hi, I’m Mary Sondra: And I’m Sondra Both: And we’re the gals that keep You in the know Mary: If you have recently turned 65, don’t have any health insurance coverage AND chose not to enroll in Medicare now that you are eligible today’s episode is for… Read More


Medicare and Obamacare 2015 – Medicare Gals http://youtu.be/eBSu4YA-Hk4 Mary: We are here today to speak about the Affordable Care Act and how it relates to Medicare. As you may know, we are all now required to have at least minimal health insurance coverage. Medicare may or may not meet this requirement. Sondra: The Affordable Care… Read More


Many veterans, and some active-duty service people wonder if they need to enroll in Medicare Part B as soon as they qualify. Most people over 65 qualify for premium-free Medicare Part A, but they are required to pay a premium for Part B. This year, this premium is $104.90 for most eligible people, but that figure could change… Read More


We want all of our friends and clients on Medicare to take care of themselves. To help, we hope to take a little time to make sure you know all about the preventative services that Medicare covers. Coverage for preventative services has improved lately, so it might be time to take a second look at… Read More