Medicare Part D
This blog section contains information about Medicare Part D plans. You can learn what Part D covers and costs in 2020?
Do I Qualify for Extra Help? According to SSA.gov, to qualify for Part D Extra Help, you must be receiving Medicare and have limited resources and income. Furthermore, you must reside in one of the 50 States or the District of Columbia. As MedicareBob shows in his video, Extra Help is not available in Puerto […]
Medicare Part D 2021 Costs The cost of Medicare Part D will increase in 2021. Medicare Part D is insurance coverage that lowers your out-of-pocket costs for prescription drugs. There are four stages of Medicare Part D, and each stage has new drug costs. 4 Stages of Drug Coverage and Costs in 2021 Below are […]
Medicare provides health care coverage for Coronavirus (COVID-19) testing and hospitalizations. According to Medicare.gov, “You pay no out-of-pocket costs.” for COVID-19 lab tests. Furthermore, Medicare covers all medically necessary hospitalizations. For example, your doctor diagnoses you with COVID-19. Consequently, you remain an inpatient for the duration of your quarantine. Likewise, Medicare Advantage plans provide you […]
What do Medicare Parts cover and cost in 2020? There are 4 parts of Medicare: Part A, Part B, Part C, and Part D. Part A covers inpatient hospital services. Part B covers outpatient medical services. Part C is Medicare Advantage plan offered by private companies approved by Medicare. Part D provides prescription drug coverage […]
Medicare Open Enrollment Period Once a year Medicare open enrollment period is October 15 to December 7 – also known as Annual Election Period or Annual Enrollment period – anyone with Medicare can make changes to their Medicare health plans and prescription drug coverage for the following year. For example, the next Medicare open enrollment […]
Change Your Medicare 2020 Drug Plan Today You can get the Medicare drug plan you want in 2020! Here’s the big Medicare Part D and Medicare.gov update: During the last 2019 Annual Enrollment you may have used the new Medicare.gov Plan Finder which was rolled out in October 2019. Unfortunately, there were a lot of […]