How Do You Get Medicare Dental Coverage?

By: Chris Grimmond • On: April 22, 2022

Medicare Dental Coverage For Seniors Medicare dental coverage is confusing because the Medicare language is confusing.  The word Medicare is used to describe “Original Medicare,” which is Medicare Part A for the hospital and Medicare Part B for doctor visits and outpatient procedures.  Medicare is also used to describe Medicare Part C (or Medicare Advantage […]

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What Is Medicare Advantage Plans

By: Chris Grimmond • On: April 17, 2022

What Is the Medicare Advantage Controversy About? Medicare Advantage plans (MA plans) or Medicare Part C is Medicare.  Confused people get it wrong.  Some will call MA plans a “Medicare replacement plan.”  Others will claim Medicare Part C is not Medicare.  Let me let you in on a little secret.  Medicare is in the name–“Medicare […]

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The Secret to Keeping Your Medicare With Your Doctor

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Do All Doctors Accept Medicare Advantage Plans? Keeping your doctor when on Medicare is very important for many Medicare beneficiaries.  The Secret to keeping your doctor when on Medicare is easy. Dr. Paul Martin, MD The doctor who delivered me also delivered my two younger brothers, my father and his brother and sister.  My Grandpa […]

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Medicare Enrollment Dates to Remember

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As much information as there is about Medicare, I’m surprised people still do not remember important Medicare dates.  The surplus of commercials, mailers, emails, and advertisements probably do more to obscure and confuse people about Medicare enrollment dates.  The first Medicare enrollment date to remember is the most important one. Medicare Initial Enrollment Period You […]

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Medicare Open Enrollment Is the Time to Pay Attention to Your Plan

By: Chris Grimmond • On: April 14, 2022

Medicare Open Enrollment Is Also Known As Medicare Annual Election Period  Medicare Open Enrollment is when people may make changes to their Medicare plan.  Medicare Open Enrollment is also called Annual Election Period or AEP. That is the new official name Medicare Open Enrollment.  Annual Election Period (AEP) is when you can change your Medicare Part D prescription […]

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New Medicare Card

By: Chris Grimmond • On: April 7, 2022

The red, white, and blue Medicare card has changed.  It is the new and improved Medicare card. The one complaint that I have heard over the years repeatedly is that the Medicare card has ‘my social security number on it.’  The Medicare claim number, as it is called, is your social security number with an […]

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The Beginner’s Guide to Understanding Your Medicare Coverage Choices

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I remember when the hospital staff explained my mother’s Medicare coverage to me. I kept asking, “What does Part A cover? How is Part B different?”  I couldn’t remember anything. I’m sure the stress of my mother dying had a lot to do with it, but it seemed like I was a child going back to […]

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Medicare Health Screenings You Should Consider Yearly

By: Chris Grimmond • On: April 6, 2022

Medicare Wants You To Live A Healthy Life Medicare will be a different health insurance experience than when you were on your employer’s health plan. Many employer health plans try to reduce how often you use the program to keep down costs. In contrast, Medicare understands that more health issues arise in the Medicare age […]

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How to Choose A Medicare Plan: 7 Things to Consider

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When you speak of “Medicare plans,” that is the terminology for a Medicare Advantage plan.  Medicare Supplements or Medigap policies are private insurance that works with Medicare, but Part C/Medicare Advantage (MA) plans are “Medicare plans.”  So, let us consider important factors when reviewing Medicare plans.  How do I choose a Medicare Plan? How do […]

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Honest Pros and Cons of Buying Medicare Insurance

By: Chris Grimmond • On: April 5, 2022

You are eligible for Medicare insurance at age 65 when you have worked at least 40 quarters and paid the FICA (Federal Insurance Contributions Act – U.S payroll tax deducted to fund the Social Security and Medicare programs). Medicare tax is included in the FICA or payroll tax that comes out of your paycheck each pay […]

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