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Urgent Care vs. Emergency Room? Which to Choose?

You or a family member may experience an accident or illness and need to see a doctor quickly for treatment. Your decision on where you go for care can impact your health and your wallet.  Emergency Room visits are typically more expensive than Urgent Care visits.  In addition, insurance companies are considering rejecting claims for […]

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Losing Group Health Insurance? Here are Your Options

If you are retiring or are laid off, health care costs are a major consideration as you may lose your group health insurance. Fortunately, you have several options for health coverage.  We can assist you with reviewing the cost and benefits of each of these potential options: Medicare, Affordable Care Act plans and short-term health […]

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How to Enroll in Medicare When Losing Group Health Coverage

If you are eligible for Medicare but instead deferred Medicare coverage and opted to be covered by an employer group health plan, and you are now losing the group health coverage, you can sign up for Part A and/or Part B during a special enrollment period. The enrollment period is available to you if: You […]

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Moving? You May Need to Change Your Medicare Plan

If you are enrolled in Medicare and preparing to move to another county or state, be sure to add “check Medicare plan” to your to-do list.  You need to make sure your Medicare plan will still be in effect after you move.  Whether or not your policy will be valid will depend on whether you […]

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What is Telemedicine and Why Use It?

Telemedicine offers convenient and timely doctor visits and may be a benefit in your Medicare plan.

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Medicare Now Covers Coronavirus Testing

How will Medicare help with Coronavirus testing?

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