Working With Medical Insurance

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Working With Medical Insurance

For a few years, we really struggled with medical problems. Our kids were always coming down with something, and it seemed like we could never figure out what to do about illnesses. I started thinking about how to make things right, and a friend of ours mentioned that seeking regular medical help could really benefit us. We worked with our medical insurance provider to get the help we needed, and it was amazing to see how much better our children felt. I decided to make a blog all about working with medical insurance, because going to the doctor today could make your life a lot better tomorrow.


Latest Posts

Navigating Your Retirement Health Plan: A Primer On Medicare Advantage
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A Guide to Navigating Medical Insurance Coverage Complexities
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The Value of a Dental Insurance Plan: A Key to Saving Money
28 August 2023

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Your Guide To Medicare Insurance Plans
14 June 2023

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Physician Enrollment Company: Getting Better Access To Healthcare
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Five Reasons You Should Consider Signing Up For Medicare Advantage

If you are approaching the age of 65, you will be eligible for Medicare. At this point, you will have to decide whether to enroll in the traditional Medicare (Parts A and B) or Medicare Advantage (Part C). Although a large number of people sign up for traditional Medicare, there are some good reasons to consider signing up for Medicare Advantage insurance. There is a limit to out-of-pocket expenses Often called Maximum Out-of-pocket or MOOP expenses, the Advantage plans have a federally mandated limit while Medicare Parts A and B do not. Read More 

3 Helpful Tips To Consider When Applying For Medicare

If you're old enough, you may be able to qualify for Medicare. This health insurance program is federally funded and can cover a lot of medical expenses. If you're planning on applying for this type of medical coverage, these tips will come in handy. Start Early  Unfortunately, you can't just sign up for Medicare in one day. It is quite a long process in fact, one that you should start preparing for as early as you can. Read More 

3 Things You Should Do When You Sign Up For Medicare

Signing up for Medicare is a rite of passage once you are 65 years old. Medicare is in place to allow individuals to retain insurance coverage even after one is not getting insurance through their employer anymore. When you sign up for Medicare, you have a lot of important decisions to make in the first year that impact you not just right now, but influence your long-term medical care. #1 Sign Up for Prescription Drug Coverage Read More