In our last blog post, we looked at the services covered by Medicare Part A. As we noted then, different aspects of the Medicare program cover different things.
This week, we’re going to look at the services covered by Medicare Part B, how you can become eligible, and what the program could cost.
Continue reading "What Does Medicare Part B Cover?" →
While Medicare Part A covers many aspects of your healthcare needs, it’s not a magic cure-all. Created in 1965 as part of the original Medicare legislation, Medicare Part A includes:
- Inpatient hospital care
- Limited home healthcare
- Skilled nursing facility care, in cases where custodial care isn’t the only care necessary
- Hospice care
Continue reading "What Does Medicare Part A Cover?" →
Medicare vs Medicaid.
They’re both government programs and they both have similar names. But they aren’t interchangeable.
Look closer at these federal health insurance coverage programs and you’ll find some key differences. Read on to learn everything you need to know about Medicare and Medicaid. Continue reading "What’s the Difference Between Medicare vs Medicaid?" →
Even if you’re not yet old enough to receive Medicare, you probably have some idea what it is: health insurance for senior citizens.
But that’s a simple explanation for a complicated system. In this blog post, we’ll look at the different parts of Medicare, what they do and how it differs from its sister program, Medicaid. Continue reading "What is Medicare?" →
Let enough time go by, and your house not only becomes your home, it turns into the only home you can ever imagine having.
But as we get older, staying in your home and aging in place can become increasingly difficult. Continue reading "Help Is Here: Tips for Aging in Place" →