Posted on January 17, 2022 by Kyle Walton
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Posted on January 17, 2022 by Kyle Walton
If you are a current Medicare recipient or are soon approaching Medicare age (currently 65 years old in the U.S.), it’s only natural that you’ll be looking for a trusted source of information regarding the country’s nationwide health insurance program.
At MedicareInsurance.com, one of our highest priorities is ensuring that our clients are well-informed and well taken care of when it comes to Medicare. For this reason, we’ve spent a few years researching, writing, and publishing dozens of informative blogs and articles designed to tackle frequently asked questions and provide reliable Medicare answers.
Now, you can check out some of our most useful Medicare resources right here in one convenient place. Want to learn about Medicare? This is your comprehensive guide to Medicare and the common questions you and others like you face on a regular basis!
These useful articles can help you determine what your Medicare plan will and will not pay for in various scenarios and situations. Keep in mind that even if certain needs aren’t covered under Original Medicare, they may be covered under certain Medicare Advantage plans.
This article answers frequently asked questions regarding eye exams and other vision-related health insurance coverage options under Original Medicare (Parts A and B) and Medicare Advantage (Part C).
This article answers frequently asked questions regarding hearing aid and other hearing-related health insurance coverage options under Original Medicare (Parts A and B) and Medicare Advantage (Part C).
This article answers frequently asked questions regarding emergency and routine dental coverage under Original Medicare (Parts A and B) and Medicare Advantage (Part C). Additionally, it offers a brief breakdown of the costs associated with various types of dental services.
This article answers questions regarding Medicare coverage and payment options for caregivers who are blood-related or legally-related to the Medicare beneficiary in question. Additionally, the article offers a brief breakdown of caregiver services and the categories they fall under as it pertains to Medicare coverage.
This article addresses questions regarding coverage for the shingles vaccine and other preventative care vaccines under Original Medicare (Parts A and B) and Medicare Advantage (Part C).
These articles address various “how-to” questions as it pertains to your Medicare or Medicare Advantage plan and benefits.
This article informs people on the best way to find a doctor that accepts Medicare as a health insurance option. Additionally, the article offers tips and tools that can be useful in finding Medicare-approved doctors that work best for you and your health needs.
This article offers insight on how you can find details about the health insurance provider that carries your Medicare health insurance plan and how Medicare relies on private insurance carriers to issue insurance benefits to Medicare recipients.
This article discusses how you can determine your registered Medicare number, also known as your Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI), which is the primary identification number that links you with your official Medicare plan.
These articles cover various important aspects of Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans that don’t easily fit into any one category.
This article details who is eligible for Medicare health insurance and when. Many people qualify for different aspects of Medicare coverage for various reasons, but anyone who has (or who’s spouse has) paid taxes during their working life is usually eligible upon turning 65 years old.
This article breaks down the answer to the question of whether your Medicare plan requires referrals from your primary physician before you are eligible to see a specialist. Most Original Medicare plans do not require referrals, but some Medicare Advantage plans might. Learn which scenario may apply to you right here.
It’s a common misconception that Medicare and Medicaid are the same type of government-regulated health insurance program. This article breaks down the subtle differences between the two and answers questions surrounding when or how someone may be eligible for Medicare, Medicaid, or both simultaneously.
If you have burning questions or concerns about your Medicare plan and how it works, don’t hesitate to contact the licensed insurance agents and Medicare Advantage experts at MedicareInsurance.com today!