It’s that time of year when Medicare subscribers should review their health plan. Every year, Medicare hosts an open enrollment period that allows you to make changes and update your current plan. This year, open enrollment will take place from October 15 to December 7. Medicare has made some important changes for its coverage next…
Medicare coverage can be difficult to understand. While Original Medicare coverage is pretty straightforward in what’s covered, figuring out what’s covered by other pieces of Medicare, like Medigap plans, Medicare supplements, or Medicare Advantage plans, is far more complicated.
Have you been paying attention to the latest Medicare news? There’s a big change coming for 2020, and older adults need to know what’s happening. Anyone who’s enrolling or changing their plan during 2019’s open enrollment period needs to be aware.
Almost 50 million Americans currently depend on Medicare for their health care coverage. That number is expected to reach 64 million by 2020 due to the number of baby boomers who will be turning 65 by that time. However, Medicare is making some changes to its program that will result in the elimination of Medicare Plan F. Seniors need to understand these changes in order to adequately plan for their future health care coverage.
Medicare is a vital service because it provides health care coverage for individuals who might not otherwise be able to obtain it. However, its coverage premiums are not the same across the board. Not only can they vary from year to year but also from person to person within any given year. To help you gain a better understanding of Medicare and its specific benefits and costs, here are some Medicare coverage changes that you should know.