Medicare Updates for 2022 — What You Should Know

Medicare Updates for 2022 — What You Should Know

If you are at least 65 and aren’t covered by an employer health insurance plan, then you will probably need to enroll in Medicare. Every year, there are copays, deductibles, and premiums to be paid. These numbers usually rise slightly each year, so you don’t have to...
Biggest Medicare Changes for 2022

Biggest Medicare Changes for 2022

Look for higher premiums and deductibles in the new year, but also more help with insulin, mental health The biggest change Medicare’s nearly 64 million beneficiaries will see in the new year is higher premiums and deductibles for the medical care they’ll...
Medicare Part D – Plans with Prescription Drug Coverage

Medicare Part D – Plans with Prescription Drug Coverage

Wondering about Medicare Part D plans? Medicare beneficiaries across the nation have the option of enrolling in Medicare Part D to get help with their prescription drug costs. Plans offered under Medicare Part D are available in two ways. If you have Original Medicare...
Reporting Medicare fraud & abuse

Reporting Medicare fraud & abuse

Medicare fraud and abuse  can happen anywhere, and usually results in higher health care costs and taxes for everyone. Some examples include: A provider that bills Medicare for services or supplies they never gave you, like charging you for a visit you never had, or a...
What is the Medicare Part B Premium for 2022

What is the Medicare Part B Premium for 2022

The standard Part B premium amount is $170.10 for 2022. Those in a higher income bracket could pay as much as $578.30 a month for Part B. Below, we’ll go over the standard Part B premium, the premium surcharge, how to pay your premium, and how to get help paying the...