Learn everything you need to know about Medicare health insurance coverage including open enrollment, the differences between Medicare Part A, B, C, and D
Do you get Medicare and Medicaid confused? You’re not alone. Read our definitive guide to Medicare vs. Medicaid to find out the differences between the two, who’s eligible, how much they cost, and what each covers.
Medicare Part D can be confusing. We’ll help you sort through the details, to help you better understand how Medicare Part D works.
Millions of Americans deal with mental illness every year. Although Medicare and Medigap cover some related treatments and drugs, they don't cover all of them.
Here's when and how these insurance policies for older Americans do and don't cover getting health care outside the U.S.
You've likely heard of Medicare Advantage if you're over a certain age. But do you really understand what it is and what it covers? If the answer is 'no,' this article's for you. It'll tell you all you need to know about these increasingly popular plans.
Do you have questions about the U.S. health insurance program known as Medicare? You'll find answers to all of them here.
Original Medicare covers a lot of medical treatments and services, but it doesn't cover everything. Here are some supplemental insurance plans you can buy to get the full health coverage you need.
Original Medicare helps older (and some younger) Americans pay for a lot of things, but does it help them pay for these and other medical devices, equipment, and supplies? Read this article to find out.
A lot of Americans rely on assisted living in their golden years. So of course, Medicare, Medicare Advantage, or Medicare Supplement plans cover its costs, right? Actually, the answer to that question may surprise you.
Millions of Americans are living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD. Most rely on numerous drugs, treatments, and services to keep symptoms under control. That can be expensive. If you’re on Medicare, though, it’ll cover a lot of those costs. Here’s how – and what you can do if it doesn’t cover enough.