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What Medicare enrollees should know abou...

Medicare turned 50 on July 30, 2015. 50 years later Medicare continues to cover hospital and doctor visits for enrollees and now includes preventive care and medications. Below you will find a few important thing everyone should know: 1. How much you pay in: Most workers will pay 1.45% of his or her earnings into Medicare. Employers will match this amount. 2. Premium amounts: Most enrollees will not pay a premium for Medicare Part A. Medicare Part B premium is $104.90 in 2015, however; the monthly cost is higher for those with modified adjusted gross income above $85,000...

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....

What you need to know about 2016 Medicar...

During 2016 Medicare open enrollment you mat review your current drug and health coverage.  If you are enrolled in original Medicare, take a look at 2016 Medicare & You handbook (mailed at the end of 2015) to know your Medicare benefits and costs for the coming year. If you are unsatisfied with your original Medicare coverage, you may make changes during fall open enrollment. Any changes made will take effect January 1st of the following year. If you are enrolled in Medicare Advantage or stand-alone Part D plan, you will receive Evidence of Coverage (EOC) or Annual...
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