Has your health changed over the past year? Changes to your health might mean it’s time to make changes to your Medicare coverage.
Did you know that your income can play a role in how much you pay for your Medicare Part B and Part D plan monthly premiums?
It’s important to take your car into the repair shop if there’s something wrong with it. But it’s just as important to take it in for regular maintenance. In the same way, making sure you get regular checkups can help identify—or prevent—bigger problems later on. An Annual Wellness Visit can help you take control of your health.
High summertime temperatures can be a threat to your health. In the summer of 1980, a severe heat wave hit the United States. Nearly 1,700 people lost their lives from heat-related illness. Each year, high temperatures put people at risk.
Original Medicare is health insurance that the U.S. federal government provides to almost 50 million Americans, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. Medicare first became law when President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the United States Social Security Act Amendments on July 30, 1965. Original Medicare is made up of Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B.