There is no one-size-fits-all plan when it comes to choosing the best Medicare plan. Individuals may benefit from different plans depending on their lifestyle, health conditions and income level. In this article we will be comparing Medicare Supplements and Medicare Advantage and take a closer look at: Eligibility Underwriting Cost Travel Carriers Side by Side […]
Medigap Plan N has steadily grown in popularity with Medicare Beneficiaries since inception. The lower premium and freedom to see the doctor of your choice without network restrictions makes it a solid choice to Medicare Advantage plans. With the MACRA changes that started in January 2020 to Plan F and Plan G, the Plan N is now primed the Cadillac of Medicare Supplement plans for most beneficiaries. A lower premium and a protected class, make Plan N a stable choice. Lets take a look at the reasons why.
During this period of uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have enacted some changes to ease the confusion and costs of those being affected by the virus. In these unprecedented times, we are looking to offer some clarity to Medicare Beneficiaries looking for information on changes and benefits that may affect them. Read more
Pennsylvania’s Community HealthChoices (CHC) is a relatively new Medicaid program that uses managed care organizations (MCOs) to eliminate healthcare confusion and see that you get the health and wellness you need. The CHC program was designed to:
- Make Medicare, Medicaid, and additional services work more fluidly, so you can maximize all the benefits available.
- Make home living accommodations like ramps, handrails and vehicle modifications so people can live on their own and safe
- Improve quality of life situations, proactive healthcare, places to live and transportation inefficiencies
OK boomer, so you think you made the wrong choice during Medicare’s Annual Election Period. Now what? The Medicare Open Enrollment Period will allow you to make changes to an existing Medicare plan. Keep reading to find out if you’re eligible to use this enrollment period and how to make a change.