You've probably seen ads for Medicare Advantage plans with $0 premiums. But what does that mean? The ApexHealth team breaks it down.
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At ApexHealth, we want you to feel confident about understanding the AEP, whether you're already enrolled in Medicare or are about to enroll in Medicare. Here's a quick guide to help you get ready.
We've already gone over the basics of Medicare Part D. Now, it's time to take things a step further and explain a term you may have heard before – the coverage gap, also known as the "donut hole" – in reference to Medicare Part D.
Information on the types of Medicare Advantage plans, when you can sign up for Medicare, Medicare Advantage enrollment periods, and more.
Original Medicare is great, but it does leave some significant gaps that may be important to you. What else is missing from Original Medicare – and how can you fill in those gaps? Let's take a look.
Taking care of your eyes is an important part of taking care of your overall health. During Healthy Vision Month, we want to share ways to take care of your eyes (and how Medicare can cover your vision care) so you can continue to live life boldly all year-round.
Did you know that you're eligible for what's known as a "Welcome to Medicare" preventive visit during the first 12 months of enrolling in Part B? Did you also know once you've had Medicare Part B for longer than 12 months, you may be eligible for an annual wellness visit?
We've received a lot of questions from military retirees related to Medicare, Medicare Advantage and TRICARE, so we decided to provide some information we hope you'll find helpful.
Unpacking Medicare means learning about all the different Medicare parts. The ApexHealth team gets asked a lot of questions about prescription drug coverage, so we want to help you better understand Medicare Part D.
Understanding MOOP is important, but it can be a bit confusing. Because we're all about making Medicare simpler and easier to understand, the ApexHealth team wants to explain the term "maximum out-of-pocket limit" (MOOP) further and show how it affects your costs with Original Medicare, Medigap and Medicare Advantage plans.