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ObamaCare Hasn’t Slowed Down Medicare Advantage Enrollment

ObamaCare Effects on Medicare

Contrary to some opinions Medicare Advantage is not going away in 2014 You’ve heard it on television, on talk radio and you’ve read about it online and in the newspapers: ObamaCare is going decimate Medicare Advantage. But is that really true? Although I am not a fan of ObamaCare, I do appreciate when news is factual. I believe that people ...

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Cuts To Medicare Advantage Just A Matter Of Time

ObamaCare Effects on Medicare

Medicare cuts have been delayed for now but the future doesn’t look bright It’s no secret that the Obama administration is no fan of the Medicare Advantage program and would like to see cuts to the program. The president has stated publicly that he believes that a senior’s health is no better off because of Advantage Plans and the money ...

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Medicare Replacement Plans – Not A Replacement At All

Medicare Replacement Plans

Calling Medicare Advantage plans Medicare replacement plans only helps to confuse It’s no secret that understanding Medicare, and Medicare Advantage plans in particular, is not an easy task for most people, especially if you are new to Medicare. There is a steep learning curve related to Medicare in general, but when you include Medicare Advantage, Part D and Medigap insurance ...

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CMS Assigns 5 Star Rating To 11 Advantage Plans

Blue Ribbon - First place

Only 11 Medicare Advantage plans made the grade Of all the Medicare Advantage plans available nationally, CMS rated only eleven as top performers. Medicare Advantage plans are rated on over 50 items when assessing quality and performance. Although there are more four and five star plans for 2013 compared to 2012, it still leaves the majority of Advantage plan members ...

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Medicare Star Ratings – Part D And Medicare Advantage

5 Gold Stars

Why Medicare Star ratings alone may not help you find the right plan Part D plans are State specific and in most States there are upwards of 30+ plans to choose from. Medicare Advantage plans are available County-by-County and depending on where you live you may have a couple dozen plans to choose from. If you are like most people ...

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AARP MedicareRx Saver Plus PDP Has A Low Premium

Low Cost

Looking for a Medicare Part D plan with a low premium? Check out AARP MedicareRx Saver Plus There is a lot to consider when choosing a Part D plan. Monthly premium ranks high on criteria that you may consider to be important. It’s not the only factor you should take into consideration, but with premiums ranging from under $20 to ...

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5 Steps To A Successful Annual Medicare Enrollment Season

Woman Writes Success

Don’t waste your annual Medicare enrollment opportunity – follow these 5 steps It wasn’t that long ago that you had considerably more time to enroll in or make changes to your Medicare plan. The Annual Election Period is your opportunity to drop, switch or enroll in a Medicare Advantage or Part D Plan. With the exception of exercising your option ...

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Important Facts About United Healthcare Passport Program

UnitedHealth Passport

Follow the guidelines and receive out-of-network care with United Healthcare Passport One of the perceived disadvantages of being a member of a Medicare Advantage plan is being locked into a network without the flexibility to receive care when you travel. Although there are plans that lack this flexibility such as some Medicare HMO plans, United Healthcare offers a way to ...

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