Folks are concerned about how to sign up for Medicare during this pandemic.
The Coronavirus is here. How are the insurance companies handling this “pandemic?”
Right now, the big topic on everyone’s mind is the Coronavirus; what is it?
Often when I sit down with folks, they are concerned about the “Donut Hole” and what is means for them.
Continuing to be mobile as we age is critical to our well being both emotionally and physically.
Often folks ask me about selling their home, refinancing their own, buying a new home or even about reverse mortgages. I have the perfect answer for them.
Fraud, Waste and Abuse with Medicare can be alarming. You, though, are the first line of defense.
It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year…
Yes, it’s Medicare Open Enrollment time!
Word of mouth is so important when it comes to trusting the right medicare professional. Getting referrals like this one means more than I can say!
I was recently honored to be selected as the Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce MEMBER OF THE MONTH!
Folks are concerned, and rightly so, when they lose their Medicare card or worse, if it’s stolen!
Folks want to learn how to stay healthy after age 65. Medicare provides a list of Medicare covered preventative services to use as a handy checklist when visiting your doctor for your annual check up.
When folks are new to Medicare, they often have a list of questions they needs answered. One of the big ones is, “When am I eligible to enroll in Medicare?”
Often, folks want to understand the difference between Medicare and Medicaid. Medicare generally covers folks age 65 and older for the health care. Medicaid covers folks of all ages that need help with their premiums and coverage.
Medicare Annual Enrollment Period is right around the corner. This is the PERFECT time to work with a Medicare Specialist to see if there is a better and more cost effective plan tailored just for you. A tailored plan works in your zip code, with your pharmacy, your...
It is a smart idea to understand how your Medicare benefits work with Mental Health.
Every once in a while I work with the caregiver of a Medicare recipient. This is a sub group of hardworking individuals that often are overlooked.
Folks are hearing a lot about "Medicare for All," and have lots of questions. Some wonder if it would affect their current Medicare coverage. Would benefits be cut? Will the cost go up? What are my choices? All great questions, that we really don't know, yet....
Folks often ask what they should do if they have trouble paying their Medicare expenses each month.
Often folks want to understand more about Supplement plans or “Medi Gap plans.” These plans might be a good choice for some folks wanting to add an extra plan to their Part A and Part B coverage.
Often folks want to know the costs associated with getting Part A and Part B.
Often, folks ask me how to find the “perfect” advantage plan. So many factors must be taken into account.
Often folks call me asking about the differences between getting just straight Medicare (Part A and Part B) and getting a Medicare Advantage plan.
Folks often ask me if home health care is covered by Medicare. The answer is: It Depends. If you need “skilled” nursing like physical, speech or occupational therapy, then the answer is yes. If you need unskilled labor help like: house keeping, laundry, companionship, transportation or someone to just be there with a loved one, then generally, Medicare will not cover this.
Often, folks inquire about vaccinations and if they are covered by Medicare. A lot of the vaccinations are, indeed, covered by Medicare but some need to go through your Prescriptions Drug Plan (Part D).
Folks call me ever day asking the same question: “When should I sign up for Medicare?”
Folks, lately, have been reaching out to me wondering about Medicare’s coverage for Genetic Testing. The biggest thing to be aware of: Beware of Scammers!!
Medicare can be complicated on many levels. Folks often ask me, “what is the difference between Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B and Medicare Part D?” It is important to have an understanding of what each part represents.
Folks often ask me what Medicare will cover. Generally, it covers some of the cost of your doctors and hospital visits. But, certainly not all of it.
Folks often ask me when they need to sign up for Medicare. The truthful answer is, “it depends.”
I often get calls when folks move to Michigan regarding their Medicare coverage. They wonder if they need to change what they currently have.
Get Medicare’s new “What’s covered” app! Often my clients want to know what Medicare will cover and what they won’t cover.
You should have your new Medicare card by now. It is critical that you locate your old Medicare card and properly destroy it.
How do I pick an unbiased, helpful Medicare adviser? Finding a true independent Michigan Medicare Specialist can be tough.
If you are a VA, it is important to get Medicare Part A and Medicare Part when you become eligible.
Part A normally does not cost anything and it covers your hospitalization.
Part B costs around $135.50 per month and it covers your doctors.
You use this injunction with your VA benefits.
"Medicare for All" has folks up in arms. Would this really happen? Will it affect me or my Medicare coverage? Is this a good idea? Both sides of the isle have opinions on this matter. I will let you decide which way you think is best.
What is Hospice and can I receive it while on Medicare? Often people ask me if Hospice is covered under Medicare? My answer is "yes it is." I think that it is an under utilized benefit and is often called upon when a patient is near death. I also encourage my clients...