Prescription Drug Coverage: Is a Part D Plan the Right Choice for You?
Taking your medication is an important part of staying healthy as you age. But sometimes, the costs of these drugs can be high, and pharmacy costs may change when you transition to Medicare. There are certain health plans, like Part D drug plans, that can help you save money on your prescriptions. These plans work with the other parts […]Read Article
Medicare Advantage vs. Medicare Supplement Insurance Policies – Which is Right for You?
Did you know that after you enroll in Medicare, there’s a few more steps to take? You still need to decide how you want to receive your Medicare benefits and whether you want to pay for additional coverage. Medicare (Part A and Part B) is where many people start, but this plan can leave you […]Read Article
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Medicare Part B does cover cataract surgery. It also covers vision correction after cataract surgery, like contacts or glasses. Part B leaves out one important factor, though – routine vision exams. Routine vision exams are not covered under Medicare Part B unless you are a high-risk individual. This can be problematic because it is one […]Read Article
Most Medicare plans that include prescription drug (Part D) coverage have a gap known as the “donut hole” in Medicare. This gap happens between the plan coverage limit and the out-of-pocket maximum. In 2018, that happens from $3,750 to $5,000. The gap between these two numbers is known as the Medicare “donut hole.” Using the […]Read Article
Medicare is made up of parts that each cover a different type of medical need. Medicare Part D is specifically designed to help cover prescription drug costs. You can add a Part D plan to your Medicare coverage if you are eligible for Medicare Part A and Part B. Or, you may choose to enroll […]Read Article
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