A new year often brings adjustments to Medicare.
See if any forthcoming changes might affect your benefits.
Medicare 2019 FAQ’s
Yes, the costs associated with Part A are different this year.Remember, Medicare Part A covers inpatient hospital services, skilled nursing facility services, home health care, and hospice. Look through your 2019 Medicare & You handbook to review...read more
As a part of Original Medicare, Medicare Part B medical coverage may be similar to the health insurance you or a loved one may have had while working.Medicare Part B Coverage includes:• Doctor visits• Preventative services• Outpatient medical and surgical...read more
Medicare’s Prescription Drug Plan (PDP) program – Part D – is optional. Criteria for joining a Prescription Drug Program are:Must have Part A and Part B coverageLive in the plan service areaLive within the United StatesThe following chart shows Part D...read more
The Medicare Part D coverage gap known as the "donut hole" is the portion of Part D coverage you pay after your initial coverage period.You enter the donut hole when your total drug costs—including what you and your plan have paid for your drugs—reaches a...read more