This is the time of year to get ahead of the “end of year pile-up” that occurs when it’s open enrollment season for everything medical and the calendar year deductibles need to be revisited. If you prepare now for the Read More …
Medicare can be confusing, frustrating and a blessing all in the same thought. Here’s a quick layout of Part A and Part B coverage.
When someone tells you it’s time to call hospice for someone you love, it’s one of the toughest bits of news you’ll ever hear. However, when you do get that news, you’ll still need good information. Here are a few Read More …
It’s open enrollment time for Medicare and Medicare Supplement plans (Medigap). After a brief glance at this menagerie, you may be seeing stars (or letters!). Here’s a quick cheat sheet to get you started.
It’s that time of year again. Leaves are falling, the air is cooler and you get to re-evaluate the Medicare prescription drug plans! A virtual cornucopia of fun!
Thought you had Medicare rules figured out? I bet you did!! Well, just to keep you on your toes, they’ve changed one!!
Wondering whether to make a switch to mail order for your elder’s medications? Wishing you knew if there was really a difference? Do you like ordering things online? Or, do you prefer the personal touch?
Who is responsible for the Rx purchases for your parents? If the answer is anyone but YOU, you may want to read further.
Legal documents like power of attorney (POA) are not just nice to have ahead of time with eldercare; they are imperative if you are going to be an effective advocate, representative or participant in the care of your parents and Read More …
Have you ever really compared the numbers on your parent’s Medicare summary to what they are actually billed and/or paid? It might be more of a sure win for your parents than buying a lottery ticket.