A Catch 22 occurs when those who stay in a group plan after they turn age 65.
CMS is taking a major step to protect the public from identity theft.
CMS is proposing consumer friendly changes to Medicare
Medicare does not pay for charges incurred for hospital observation. Make sure if you are going to spend time in the hospital that you are admitted, not on observation status.
Most people turning 65 do not realize that Medicare Part B (outpatient services) has a premium share that is means tested.
Section 1332 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) permits a state to apply for a State Innovation Waiver to pursue innovative strategies for providing their residents with access to high quality, affordable health insurance while retaining the basic protections of the ACA.
This Associated Press Article lists some of the changes the Administration is proposing to Medicare. All good, all money saving to both seniors and the Government.
The Senate's two-year spending caps deal paves the way for lawmakers to include a big insurer ask in their spending omnibus: reinsurance and short-term funding of cost-sharing reduction payments.
The House’s short-term bill to fund the government also includes a range of bipartisan Medicare reforms aimed at making the program more efficient and saving money over the long term.
Although some healthy people may find Christian Health Ministry Plans to be a solution for the high cost of an ACA Plan.