What is the Best Medicare Benefit Plan
Spring into better health
by ADRC | Apr 26, 2021 | Blog, treatReprinted by the GWAAR Medicare Outreach Team After a long winter, the signs of spring are springing up all around us. Now is a good time to focus on your health so that you can enjoy all that this season has to offer. And take advantage of the preventive benefits of Medicare ...
2021: Changes to social security and original medical care
by ADRC | December 30, 2020 | Blog, Treat, Social SecurityThe Social Security Agency and the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services have announced changes to their programs for 2021. These changes are summarized in the following table. ITEM20202021 Cost Increase 1.60% 1.30% Coverage Quarter $ 1,410 $ 1,470 Maximum ...
Reminder: The Medicare Advantage open registration period begins on the 1st and runs until the 1st of December
by ADRC | 29 Nov 2020 | Blog, treatWhat can I do? • If you are on a Medicare benefit plan (with or without drug coverage), you can switch to another Medicare benefit plan (with or without drug coverage). • You can delete your Medicare benefit plan and revert to the original Medicare. You will...
Time to Review Your Medicare Plan: Prepare Early This Year!
by ADRC | September 30, 2020 | Blog, treatFrom the GWAAR Medicare Outreach Team Do you have a Medicare Prescription Medication Plan (Part D) or Medicare Benefit with Medication Coverage? Each year, Medicare Advantage and Part D plans can update the list of prescription drugs they cover, as well as the ...
Money-saving tools for Medicare drug bills
by ADRC | August 31, 2020 | Blog, treatMedicare open registration for Medicare Advantage and Medicare for prescription drugs is just around the corner from October 15 to December 7, 2020. All Medicare beneficiaries are encouraged to review their drug insurance for the 2021 calendar year. While...
Original Medicare and Drug Coverage during a Public Health Emergency
by ADRC | July 29, 2020 | Blog, treatChanges to Medicare Starting April 1, 2020, your doctor will be able to bill Medicare for the coronavirus test (after February 4, 2020). You don't owe anything for the lab test and related vendor visits. Virtual check-ins can be used to communicate with your doctor ...
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