Monthly Archives: August 2011

Medicare Supplement Plan G

Plan G is quickly becoming a very popular plan. It has the exact same benefits as Medicare Supplement Plan F,with one exception,it doesn’t cover the Part B deductible of $162.Many people are finding that Plan G can be priced substantially … Continue reading

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Medicare Supplemental Plan F

Medicare Supplement Plan F has become the most popular of all Medicare Supplement Plans as it contains comprehensive coverage for everything Medicare Insurance doesn’t cover as long as the charge is approved by Medicare Insurance. If Medicare Part B or … Continue reading

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Medicare Part D Changes For 2011

Nearly a half a million individuals enrolled in Medicare’s prescription drug benefit have received a 50 percent discount on their out-of-pocket costs in the first half of 2011. Because of Medicare improvements implemented in 2011,Medicare recipients now automatically receive a … Continue reading

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Medicare Supplements vs. Medicare Advantage

Whether you are turning 65 or just getting your Medicare Part B after age 65 (coming off of employer-type insurance),choosing the right plan can be overwhelming. Many seniors are confused about what plan is best for them, buying a Medicare … Continue reading

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Medicare Part A & B/Original Medicare

What Is Medicare Part A: Inpatient Coverage There are two parts to Original Medicare coverage. Medicare Part A is the insurance that covers all forms of inpatient care. This includes hospitalization, skilled nursing and home healthcare. Medicare Part A will … Continue reading

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Medigap policies are going to be on the table in Congressional debate

A Washington health advocacy group issued a warning that Medigap Plans may be on the table in the debt talks. There are several proposals being discussed that could end up forcing seniors to pay as much as $7,500 per year, … Continue reading

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What are Medigap Plans and why do people buy it?

Most people are used to job-based health insurance, traditional Medicare is different.It does not include “catastrophic” coverage, an annual limit on the amount beneficiaries could pay. So people enrolled in Medigap Plans,which are also called Medicare Supplement Plans can be … Continue reading

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When can I apply for Medicare Advantage Plans?

Medicare Advantage Plans are available for the entire calendar year. But you can only join or leave a Medicare Advantage plan during the Initial Enrollment Period, the Annual Election Period, the Open Enrollment Period or a Special Election Period.  Starting … Continue reading

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Should you Purchase a Medigap Policy?

Some facts to make your Decision Easy ! If you are on Medicare you need to be aware that you Medicare part A and part B does not pay 100% of your medical claims.You will have deductibles and copays. Choosing … Continue reading

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Choose A Medicare Supplement Policy Carefully

If you are  planning to buy a Medicare supplement insurance policy make sure you shop more than one company,  because all the Medicare supplement policies  are the same, only the price differs. Before choosing of any Medicare supplement plan first … Continue reading

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