Enrolling in Medicare Part B can trigger...

About 700,000 Medicare enrollees are enrolling late for Medicare Part B. Enrolling leads to confusion, which causes him or her to enroll late and can lead to hefty lifelong penalties. There is a seven month window to sign-up for Medicare, which starts three months before your 67th birthday month and will extend to three months. If you collect Social Security benefits when you turn 65, you will be automatically enrolled in an insurance package, which will include both Medicare Parts A & B. Part A for most enrollees is free and Part B has a monthly premium, which is...

Medicare Reform is a law: What Enrollees...

Tens of millions of Americans rel on Medicare to help him or her cover the bulk of healthcare costs. For several years, lawmakers have had to go through an annual rite to prevent doctors from suffering massive cuts in reimbursement levels, which provides services to Medicare enrollees. Finally, there has been some new laws that promise to make changes to have medical professionals receive Medicare payments No more going through the motions is one primary element of the new Medicare reform and other is its repeal of what was once called the sustainable growth rate formula....

Studies show many Medicare enrollees are...

Millions of older Medicare enrollees are receiving tests that he or she does not need in order to prove he or she are healthy enough to have cataracts removed. The excess testing before the quick, ultra-safe eye procedure is costing him or her as well as Medicare bundles, and many enrollees do not know they can question these tests. Medical providers say that these patients should ask if these test are necessary and how much it will cost in co-insurance, which is usually 20% under Medicare. About 13% of Medicare enrollees were given one test; 11% received two tests, 10%...