Many veterans look at the Veteran's Health Benefit Program as if it is health insurance. The key thing to note is that VA benefits are not considered health insurance. What this means for veterans is that the services that you receive this year may decrease next year.
When you first turn 65, you become eligible for Medicare. At that time you must decide if you should sign up for Medicare Part B. If you elect to sign up for Medicare Part B then you enter into a one-time opportunity; the Medigap Enrollment Period. During that time, seniors can apply for Medigap insurance,…
Connect One Health reminds seniors that the 2015 Open Enrollment season has begun. This is the time to evaluate your current health insurance plan and also to compare the benefits of other plans.
Each year from October 15 through December 7 is the Medicare Open Enrollment period. This is an important period of time even for those seniors who are perfectly happy with their senior insurance plan. October 31 is the date each year when we are supposed to check the battery in our smoke detectors.
Signing up for Medicare can be a headache. There is just so much information to sort through that it all becomes tangled and messy. However, it does not have to be that way. In fact, the following tips will help you get it all sorted out quickly.
The Medicare Open Enrollment plan is happening this year from October 15 - December 7. During that time, seniors are allowed to make changes to their health insurance plans. Any changes made during this period will become effective on January 1, 2015.
Preventative visits are an important part of any senior health care plan, as they allow senior citizens to touch base with their physicians and give medical professionals the opportunity to search for early signs of diseases and health conditions. There are several preventative visits that are included as part of your Medicare coverage, especially if…