As we step into the month of February, it’s not just about Valentine’s Day; it’s also American Heart Month – a time to focus on heart health and well-being.
In an era where access to healthcare is more crucial than ever, the rise of scams targeting health insurance, particularly Medicare and the Affordable Care Act (ACA), is a concerning trend.
As we embark on the holiday season and the end of another remarkable year, we wanted to take a moment to share some important health insurance insights and warm wishes with you.
Insurance is a fundamental aspect of our lives, providing protection and security against unforeseen events, so it is essential to work with someone who can take the time to understand your individual needs so that you are adequately covered.
There are many benefits offered by Medicare to seniors and those with disabilities. Did you know that there is a Medicare food allowance benefit that goes beyond most available programs? It is called the Medicare grocery benefit, or the Medicare food card.
Even though it’s already August, did you know that you can still take advantage of the opportunity to enroll in a 5-star Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug (MAPD) plan?
There are quite a few things to consider when comparing and contrasting Medicare Advantage (MA) and Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plans. While you are comparing, it is essential to consider both the advantages and disadvantages of each and how it fits with your needs.
Imagine hearing the words “you have cancer” ringing in your head. According to the National Cancer Institute, roughly 2 million people will be diagnosed with cancer in the U.S. with an estimated 120,070 expected cancer related deaths.
Does Medicare cover pre-existing conditions? A pre-existing condition is considered to be a health issue the you had prior to starting your new insurance plan. A lot of people are fortunate enough to be in good health when they enroll in Medicare. However, there are some that have chronic conditions and are unsure as to