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What to Do If You Have Medicare and Are Moving to Another State

If you're moving out of state, you may wonder if you need to make changes to your Medicare coverage. The answer depends on the type of coverage you have. In some cases, your Medicare coverag

Can I Laminate My Medicare Card?

You'll definitely want to take good care of your Medicare card - don't lose track of it, and keep it in good condition. However, the Social Security Administration doesn't recommend laminating i is the official United States government website for all things Medicare. The site is a rich resource for all the different stages of your Medicare experience, both when you're

Medicare Part B

Original Medicare is made up of two parts: Medicare Part A provides hospital insurance, while Medicare Part B offers medical insurance. Together, these two parts equal Original Medicare, t

Getting Reimbursed by Medicare

You generally don't have to submit claims to Medicare and get reimbursed. In most cases you don't pay up front for all your health care; you make cost-sharing payments such as coinsurance and de

How Original Medicare Works: Eligibility and Enrollment

Original Medicare is the federally administered health-care program for adults over 65. You may also be eligible for Medicare at any age if you qualify through disability or have certain conditi

How to Request a Medicare Replacement Card

Your Medicare card is proof that you have Medicare health coverage and, as a beneficiary, is one of the most important documents you own. When you receive treatment you may be asked by your prov

What Does Medically Necessary Mean in Medicare?

"Medically necessary" is a standard that Medicare uses when deciding whether to cover a health-care service or item. This applies to everything from flu shots and preventive screenings, to k

Medicare Part A

Medicare Part A is one half of Original Medicare, the federal health-care program made up of Part A (hospital insurance) and Part B (medical insurance). Generally speaking, Part A covers hos

Medicare Premium and Deductible Costs for 2018

As a Medicare beneficiary, it's important for you to be aware of the costs and expenses associated with the government-sponsored health insurance program. Here's a look at Medicare premiums, deduc

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Do I Need to Renew My Medicare Plan?

In most cases you don't have to renew your Medicare coverage, but it's always a good idea to review your coverage every year to make sure it still fits your needs. This is true whether you are i

What Is Medicare: Medicare Explained

If you're new to the Medicare program, you may not realize that Medicare comes in different "parts." There's Medicare Part A and Part B, which together make up Original Medicare, the governm

Medicare’s Annual Costs

Since Medicare is a government-sponsored health insurance program, you may think it covers every dollar of your health-care costs, but it doesn't. Read on to learn about your Medicare costs

Understanding Your New Medicare Card in 2018

Whether you’re new to Medicare or a longtime beneficiary, a new Medicare card may be coming your way in 2018. The biggest change is that your Medicare number won’t be your Social Security

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