Here’s How Medicare Is Changing in 2017

Medicare Changes in 2017 Medicare provides essential healthcare coverage to tens of millions of Americans, but every year, the program sees some changes to the way it offers its benefits. In 2017, not only will Medicare participants see typical changes in costs and coverage options, but they'll also see political pressure that could result in more dramatic healthcare reform that could affect Medicare. Below, we'll look at some of those changes and how they're likely to affect … [Read more...]

Arizona Medicare Options

Medicare Options available to Beneficiaries besides Original Medicare    Medicare Part A which covers inpatient treatment for Medicare Beneficiaries and Medicare Part B which provides for outpatient services are both available to seniors and some people on disability under age 65 and is referred to as original Medicare.  However, original Medicare by itself can leave the senior with significant out of pocket expense. “As an Independent Insurance Broker in Arizona” states Ralph Bredahl with … [Read more...]

Medicare an overview

Medicare Overview Medicare is a Federal health insurance program that provides hospitalization, medical, and prescription drug insurance for the elderly and individuals with disability. It was created by Congress in 1965. The basic idea is for the Government to provide health insurance as part of Social Security. As insurance, it is not government assistance, unlike Medicaid or AHCCCS and other plans which are assistance programs for people of limited income. The “Original Medicare” … [Read more...]

Medicare Beneficiaries

Medicare Part A provides coverage for inpatient care and Part B for outpatient services. There are options available to help with the costs not covered Options available to Medicare Beneficiaries besides Original Medicare Medicare Part A which covers inpatient treatment for Medicare Beneficiaries and Medicare Part B which provides for outpatient services are both available to seniors and some people on disability under age 65 and is referred to as original Medicare. However, original Medicare … [Read more...]

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