Receiving a diagnosis for a chronic condition like kidney disease can be overwhelming, and you may not know where to find the support you need. During March, which is National Kidney Month, we want to bring attention to a few of the ways Medicare coverage can support your care during various stages of kidney disease.
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In retirement, you're probably getting ready for many adventures, including travel, which presents a chance to make memories and experience new things. Before you plan your next trip, however, it's a good idea to know how Medicare covers you when traveling domestically or internationally. Let's answer some common questions about traveling with Medicare.
Hospital bills are a serious concern, so understanding your coverage is critical to your finances and overall health. We hope you avoid hospital stays, but if you do need inpatient care, it's good to know what you'll pay.
Cardiovascular screenings and treatment are available from your doctor and can be covered by Medicare. Consider these questions – and their answers – to ensure that you're getting the right care you need for the life you lead!
If you're turning 65, chances are you've been thinking about how you can stay healthy as you get older. One great way to take charge of your health is to utilize the preventive care and benefits offered by Original Medicare or a Medicare Advantage plan.
The Inflation Reduction Act, a new law passed by Congress in August 2022, will mean enhanced benefits for Medicare beneficiaries. Wondering how this legislation affects you? Our summary provides you a look at the most significant changes for 2023.
One of the big questions on the minds of Medicare shoppers during the open enrollment period is, "How can I save money?" ApexHealth knows it's important to get the best coverage for your budget, and we want to let Medicare beneficiaries know that a Medicare Advantage plan is a great way to save.
You've probably seen ads for Medicare Advantage plans with $0 premiums. But what does that mean? The ApexHealth team breaks it down.
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.