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Medicare Advantage plans and their healthcare networks are dependent on location. This means that if you are planning on moving to a new residence in a different area, you will likely need to enroll in an entirely new Medicare Advantage plan.Read More
Original Medicare is designed to help seniors pay several necessary healthcare costs, but there are some things that Medicare does not cover.Read More
It may come as a surprise to many, but the answer to this question is yes: it is indeed possible to qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid simultaneously. This status is known as dual eligibility, and may give you access to more comprehensive benefits than you otherwise would have.Read More
How much does Medicare cost? Generally, the out-of-pocket costs you will pay for Medicare depend on a few different factors.Read More
When you first enroll in Medicare, you become eligible for something called a Welcome to Medicare visit. This initial preventative physical exam can be completed within 12 months of starting Medicare.Read More