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Medicare Premium Increase

Medicare Premium Increase for Seniors ?

Medicare Premium maybe rising for seniors? In the last several months many seniors have been shocked from a letter received in the mail telling them their Medicaid premium will be rising by an additionally $1000 or so dollars. Currently 2 Million
Fiscal Cliff and Your paycheck

The Fiscal Cliff and Your Paycheck

What the fiscal cliff means for Healthcare and your first paycheck. The house of representative voted 257-167 on a bill aimed to prevent the fiscal cliff that we all have been hearing about for months now. Overall the plan will maintain

What Health-Care Reform Really Means: If You’re not insured

If You Are Uninsured By By Kate Pickert Thursday, July 30, 2009 Source: Time 5% lack any type of coverage Current Situation: People without insurance typically put off basic medical care and end up in emergency rooms when they get sick.

Health Insurance Glossary (P-Z)

Source: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA)   The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) – also known as the Affordable Care Act or ACA – is the landmark health reform legislation passed by the 111th Congress and
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Medicare Wellness Benefit ‘Nobody Knows’ About

 Curated content from Bruce Japsen of Forbes Only one in three older Americans have heard of Medicare’s annual wellness visit even though it’s free to seniors and pays doctors three times that of the average physician office visit, according to a

State Specific Medicare Plans

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Medicare Part D Premiums for 2013

What can Medicare beneficiaries expect to pay for Medicare Part D coverage in 2013? September 7th, 2012 | Posted by Angela Chen The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) forecasted that the average Medicare Part D premium in 2013 will

Qualifying for Medicare

  Receive Social Security or railroad retirement benefits; Are not getting Social Security or railroad retirement benefits, but you have worked long enough to be eligible for them; Would be entitled to Social Security benefits based on your spouse’s (or divorced