Articles and links that assist with helping seniors make informed decisions regarding their insurance needs.
Beginning to Understand Medicare & Medicaid
A beginning to understanding medicare and medicaid.
Exploring Medicare Part D
What do beneficiaries need to know about Prescription Drug Plans during open enrollment 2008? This article will address "must know" information for medicare beneficiaries.
Filing an Appeal or Grievance with Medicare
If you believe original Medicare, a Medicare Managed Care Plan or Prescription Drug Plan should have paid or that a particular service should be provided or you have a complaint about something...you may file an appeal or grievance. This article explores how to initiate an appeal or grievance.
Medicare Advantage Plans - Medicare Part C
Medicare Part C is referred to as the Medicare Advantage Program. It offers beneficiaries a number of health care choices. This article addresses each Medicare Advantage Plan in detail.
Medicare Helping to Eliminate Medical Errors
More than 1.5 million Americans are harmed because of prescription errors. Read how medicare is doing their part to help alleviate medical errors.
Medigap versus Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage
Seniors have a number of options for their health care and prescription drug coverage. What is the best option? Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage, Medigap, or Medicare Advantage Plans. This article will review various options for senior health care and prescription drug coverage.
Privacy and Medicare Rights
An overview of Medicare Rights including types of exceptions that may be filed.
Unraveling Medicare Part A and B
November 15-December 31 is open enrollment for Medicare Part D. This article addresses the Original Medicare Program, Part A and B. It includes new deductibles and co-insurance amounts for 2009.
Why Seniors are Targeted by Fraudsters Insurance Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Insurance Site Map
Fraudsters seem to target senior citizens. This article will address why seniors are targeted and some steps to take to ensure seniors are not victims of insurance and health scams.
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