The federal government is warning people with Medicare about scam artists offering ‘free’ COVID-19 tests.
Workers who are nearing age 65 and have health insurance through their job may want to consider how Medicare could factor into their medical coverage.
Cleveland.com’s recent article entitled “6 things you should know about signing up for Medicare” gives us a few things you should know about Medicare: Who’s enrolled automatically? If you’re under the age of 65 and already receive Social Security benefits, you’ll be automatically enrolled in Original Medicare, which includes Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) and…
A recent survey found that a third of those nearing retirement age (62-64) who plan to keep working past 65 don’t understand they can sign up for what is often more affordable Medicare coverage, even while they’re still employed. Kiplinger’s recent article, “Yes, You Can Sign Up for Medicare While You’re Still Working,” says that with retirement further away for many, some people must get some help understanding their options. The article answers some common questions concerning retirement postponement and Medicare coverage, including common misperceptions. Your retirement decision is personal and dependent on your situation. Access to health coverage is…
U.S. Rep. Blake Moore (R-UT) has joined congressional colleagues in offering proposed legislation that would provide Medicare recipients faster access to breakthrough medical devices approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Inflation Reduction Act limits out-of-pocket drug costs, caps insulin copays, makes vaccines free.
One often unrecognized fact regarding drug pricing is the difference in bargaining power depending on what agency or group is doing the bargaining.
Shopping around is one of few ways to knock anywhere from tens to thousands of dollars off your annual insurance costs in one fell swoop.
A government report reveals a troubling pattern among Medicare enrollees in their last year of life.
Learn the most important deadlines you or a loved one will have to keep in mind for Medicare.