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Category: Medicare Part C: Medicare Advantage

Crohn’s Disease Treatment and Medicare: What Medicare Benefits Are There for Those With Crohn’s?

Crohn's Disease can be debilitating for seniors. Fortunately, Medicare covers a number of treatments and services to help combat the illness.

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Medicare Refresh: What is the Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period (OEP) and Why Should You Care?

If you’re not satisfied with your coverage, the Medicare Open Enrollment Period is the time to make a change. For a three-month period at the beginning of every year, people enrolled in Medicare Advantage plans may either switch to a different plan, or to switch to Original Medicare and Medicare Part D.

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Medicare Advantage vs Medicare: What’s the “Advantage” of Medicare Advantage Plans?

Are you curious to learn the differences in Medicare Advantage vs. Medicare? We're here to help you better distinguish between each plan.

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What is the Medicare Star Ratings System and How Does it Work?

When you compare Medicare Advantage plans, whether you’re going through a licensed agent, using our free Medicare plan finder, or looking somewhere else entirely, you’ll see a five-star rating system associated with every Medicare Part C and Part D plan. Those ratings aren’t determined by the vendor, the insurance provider, or the customers. They come…

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Seasonal Affective Disorder and Medicare: What Medicare Benefits Are Available to Those With Seasonal Depression?

Seasonal depression can be tough to deal with. Medicare plans make it easier to get the help that you need to manage your seasonal affective disorder.

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How Can Medicare Advantage Plans Save You Money on Healthcare Costs?

You might be surprised to learn that Medicare Advantage plans have a 40 percent lower cost burden rate than Original Medicare, and that more than 50 percent of all Medicare Advantage beneficiaries live below 200 percent of the federal poverty level. How can that be, and what does that even mean? Let’s break it down…

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