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Thursday, October 25, 2018 Medicare can be confusing enough as it is without navigating changes to the program. A number of new changes have been made in 2018 that affect everything from your Medicare card to premiums and deductibles. Here are the biggest Medicare updates you should know about. New Medicare Cards to Fight Fraud READ MORE >>
Thursday, October 18, 2018 Medicare can be a confusing topic. From figuring out Part A, B and D coverage to understanding what is and isn't covered, it can be easy to feel a bit overwhelmed when it's time to sign up for coverage or adjust your coverage during open enrollment. These easy tips can help you get the most out of Medicare while avoiding unnecessary health expenses. READ MORE >>
Thursday, January 25, 2018 When you receive treatment, try to make sure you have any required medical identification cards on you. This allows your medical provider to quickly determine whether you’ll be covered. Doing so will also reduce the chance of basic errors, such as your name being incorrectly spelled upon entry of data. READ MORE >>
Thursday, January 11, 2018 The best way to start a search for Medicare or any combination of health coverage is with an experienced independent insurance agency. With no obligation to any particular insurance provider, the insurance agent can look for various coverage, prices, and values in the Jacksonville area. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 Keeping an Eye on Health Premiums Policy uncertainty on Cost-Sharing Reduction (CSR) subsidies inflated the prices of health coverage for the fiscal year 2018. A similar effect can occur if an insurance tax on large providers takes effect in January 2018. The tax applies to insurance providers and not to your insurance agency. READ MORE >>
Thursday, December 14, 2017 Medicare is one of the most important types of medical insurance Jacksonville seniors can take advantage of when planning for their health care. Of course, seniors tend to develop more health problems than younger people. This is why Medicare exists, but a surprising number of eligible people do not take advantage of this health insurance program. READ MORE >>