Medicare

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  • Difference between HMO and PPO: Costs, advantages, disadvantages, and more

    HMO and PPO insurance plans are the two most common health care insurance plans in the United States. With roughly 70 million American’s having an HMO plan and almost 90 million American’s having a PPO plan, these managed care services are the predominant form of healthcare in America.

  • Medicare Enrollment: Mistakes to Avoid

    These are the top five mistakes to avoid when enrolling in Medicare.

  • How to Shop for Medicare Insurance: A Step-by-Step Guide

    Once most United States citizens turn 65, they become eligible for Medicare which is insurance provided through the United States government. Citizens who are dealing with certain disabilities may qualify for Medicare prior to age 65. Social Security is what originally enrolls a citizen in baseline Medicare insurance, however, there are a variety of options and combinations to choose from when getting a new Medicare insurance plan.

  • Understanding Medicare and Your Options

    Medicare can be confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. It’s often helpful to discuss the various parts of Medicare to better understand your options, costs, and benefits. Doing so can assist you in making a more informed decision about the Medicare options available to you. After all, making an educated decision when it comes to your health coverage goes a long way in the healthcare benefits you receive, as well as the cost.

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