What is Medicare

What is Medicare

Medicare is a Federal Health Insurance Program for people who are 65 and older, and for people with certain qualifying medical conditions (for example, Lou Gehrig’s disease). When turning 65 and enrolling in Medicare for the first time, there are important dates and other considerations you need to know before making decisions on what is best for you.

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How to Enroll in Medicare

How to Enroll in Medicare

Medicare is a federal health insurance program for people who are 65 and older. When you are turning 65 and enrolling in Medicare for the first time, there are important dates and other things to consider before making your decision.

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Medicare Supplement Open Enrollment

Medicare Supplement Open Enrollment

The best time to buy a Medicare Supplement policy is up to 6 months before your Medicare Supplement Open Enrollment period begins. Although Medicare gives you a one-time six-month enrollment window to purchase a Medicare Supplement plan, strategically, the best time to purchase Medicare Supplement insurance is six months before your official enrollment period begins.

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Medicare Plan N

Medicare Plan N

What is Medicare Plan N? What does it cover? How does Medicare Supplement Plan N compare to other Medicare Supplement plans? Get the answers to these questions and more in this article.

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How Do I Change Medicare Supplement Plans?

How Do I Change Medicare Supplement Plans?

For people who are already enrolled in Medicare Part A and Part B and have either a Medicare Supplement plan or Medicare Advantage plan, you may have options regarding your healthcare. Sometimes things change like the price of your monthly premium or your ability to see the doctor you prefer.

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What’s the Difference Between Medicare and Medicaid?

What’s the Difference Between Medicare and Medicaid?

If you are turning 65 soon, you might be wondering if you qualify for Medicaid as well as Medicare. In some instances, this might be true. However, turning 65 and qualifying for Medicare doesn’t mean you automatically qualify for Medicaid. Let’s review the difference between Medicare and Medicaid so you can choose the program that best fits your needs.

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