Preparing for AEP 2020 is important and you need to know what to expect. Medicare beneficiaries have the option of making changes to their existing coverage. The government-run program features a number of plans to choose from and as your health needs evolve, you may find that other types of coverage suite you [...]
All Medicare patients, regardless of their benefits, are entitled to rights and protections.
Under the Affordable Care Act, Medicare beneficiaries are entitled to a yearly wellness check as well as a number of other preventative services at no charge to the patient.
As you prepare to enroll in Medicare, you may have some questions about the program and what it will provide in terms of your health care needs.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a proposed payment regulation for inpatient stays at hospitals.
Federal law enforcement officials arrested 90 people May 13 on suspicion of Medicare fraud.
A new report by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) found that significant strides are being made in reducing Medicare patient readmissions to hospitals.
Beneficiaries with Original Medicare are issued a Medicare Summary Notice (MSN) every three months for their Parts A and B-covered services.
While the advantages and opportunities available through Medicare are vast and beneficial, there can always be a few occasions where questions, concerns and qualms may arise.
While Medicare offers users a variety of ways to receive the outstanding health care they deserve, there are still instances of people taking advantage of the system.