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Medicare Updates in 2023

By Jagger Esch January 30, 2023

Medicare is the federally funded health insurance program available to U.S. seniors and those under age 65 with certain disabilities. Each year updates are made to Medicare that allow for wider access, revisions to benefits, price adjustments, and more…

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Medicare Advantage Plans – All in One Solutions?

By Peter Keers January 21, 2023

For some of us age 65 or older, Original Medicare (Part A and Part B ) plus supplemental Medigap insurance provides all the healthcare coverage we need. However, others may want more benefits found in Medicare Advantage plans which technically…

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Medigap – Plugging Holes in Original Medicare

By Peter Keers December 25, 2022

As I mentioned in my earlier Sixty and Me blogs, Original Medicare (Part A and Part B ) covers most costs for hospital and doctor fees. However, there are some “gaps.” Most importantly, under Original Medicare, there are no limits on out-of-pocket expenses…

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Medicare Part B – What You Need to Know

By Peter Keers December 05, 2022

Medicare Part B, along with Medicare Part A, make up what is called Original Medicare. As I noted in my previous Sixty and Me blog, Medicare Part A covers inpatient care in a hospital and skilled nursing facility, hospice care and home healthcare…

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What Changes Can We Expect in Medicare in 2023?

By Lindsay Malzone November 23, 2022

Medicare annually reviews how well the coverage worked, the costs involved, and the spending. This annual review usually results in adjustments to the costs that are associated. Today we’ll discuss the changes that will occur in 2023 relating to Medicare…

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Medicare Part A – What You Need to Know

By Peter Keers November 11, 2022

As noted in my previous Sixty and Me blog, Original Medicare consists of Part A and Part B. This blog focuses on Part A which applies to inpatient hospital stays plus some other services. Part A (Hospital Insurance) covers…

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Top 5 Medicare Mistakes You Should Avoid

By Jagger Esch October 26, 2022

It can be easy to make mistakes when it comes to Medicare. This is because our health is often overlooked or pushed to the bottom of our seemingly never-ending to-do lists. Thus, we do not allow ourselves the proper amount of time to dedicate to learning…

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Medicare – What’s It All About?

By Peter Keers October 09, 2022

In the U.S., reaching 65 is synonymous with becoming Medicare-eligible. Medicare is a national health insurance program started in 1965. It was created and administered by the U.S. government and is funded mainly by payroll taxes…

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Depression Awareness Month: Mental Health Resources Covered by Medicare

By Lindsay Malzone October 07, 2022

October is Depression Awareness Month, depression being a serious mental health disorder that is plaguing Americans now more than ever due to the pandemic. In June, 31% of U.S. adults reported struggling with symptoms…

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What You Need to Know About Medicare Annual Enrollment Period

By Lindsay Malzone September 17, 2022

Nearly 64 million people use Medicare insurance for their healthcare needs. They are constantly bombarded with advertisements and marketing to get them to review different options. The closer we get to the Annual Enrollment Period, the more…

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