What is Dual Complete?
Dual Complete is a subsidized program under Medicare Advantage plans and requires you to have both Medicare and Medicaid. To qualify for Medicare, you must be 65 years old or…Read More
Prescription Drug Prices Can Now Be Negotiated by Medicare
Thanks to the recently passed Build Back Better plan, prescription drug pricing will be lower for EVERYONE on Medicare. Regardless of your political affiliation, this is a big help to…Read More
How to Pay Less for Prescription Drugs with Medicare and GoodRX
As we age, so does our likelihood of needing prescription drugs. The older we get, the greater the chance we’ll need more than one or two. According to the…Read More
Enrolling in Medicare: What You Need to Know and How a Broker Can Help
What is Medicare? Medicare is a government funded healthcare program designed to provide special coverage for people meeting certain criteria – you must be 65 years or older, or if…Read More
If You Have Medicare, Is Your Vision Care Covered?
This is a question I hear often from individuals start enrolling in Medicare. They are typically leaving a work plan and they have heard they need to get a vision…Read More
What You Need to Know: VA Benefits and Medicare Advantage Plans
I am a Veteran on Medicare and have full VA health care benefits with TRI Care for Life, should I get into a Medicare Advantage Plan to get the…Read More
Can You Save on Your Medicare Part B Premium with a Refund?
There is a commercial promoting a refund on your Medicare Part B premium, and it’s raising questions with many folks. The commercial states you’ll receive up to $148.00 credit, if…Read More
What Will Outpatient Procedures Cost You with Medicare Plan B?
I meet with many folks who are very healthy. They hardly go to the doctor and they’re very comfortable with their plans because they never use them. But many of…Read More
Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) Care and Medicare
What is skilled nursing facility care? Skilled nursing care refers to any patient care, treatment, or therapy that can only be performed safely and effectively by licensed nurses. It is…Read More
Medicare and End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)
End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) is a medical condition in which a person’s kidneys permanently cease functioning, leading to the need for a regular course of long-term dialysis or a kidney…Read More