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📒Get What S Yours For Medicare ✍ Philip Moeller
📝Get What s Yours for Medicare Book Synopsis : A coauthor of the New York Times bestselling guide to Social Security Get What’s Yours authors an essential companion to explain Medicare, the nation’s other major benefit for older Americans. Learn how to maximize your health coverage and save money. Social Security provides the bulk of most retirees’ income and Medicare guarantees them affordable health insurance. But few people know what Medicare covers and what it doesn’t, what it costs, and when to sign up. Nor do they understand which parts of Medicare are provided by the government and how these work with private insurance plans—Medicare Advantage, drug insurance, and Medicare supplement insurance. Do you understand Medicare’s parts A, B, C, D? Which Part D drug plan is right and how do you decide? Which is better, Medigap or Medicare Advantage? What do you do if Medicare denies payment for a procedure that your doctor says you need? How do you navigate the appeals process for denied claims? If you’re still working or have a retiree health plan, how do those benefits work with Medicare? Do you know about the annual enrollment period for Medicare, or about lifetime penalties for late enrollment, or any number of other key Medicare rules? Health costs are the biggest unknown expense for older Americans, who are turning sixty-five at the rate of 10,000 a day. Understanding and navigating Medicare is the best way to save health care dollars and use them wisely. In Get What’s Yours for Medicare, retirement expert Philip Moeller explains how to understand all these important choices and make the right decisions for your health and wealth now—and for the future.
📝Summary Analysis Review of Philip Moeller s Get What s Yours for Medicare by Instaread Book Synopsis : Summary, Analysis & Review of Philip Moeller’s Get What’s Yours for Medicare by Instaread Preview: Get What’s Yours for Medicare by Philip Moeller is a detailed examination of the US Medicare health insurance system intended to help people ensure that they are making proper use of the system despite the bureaucratic and sometimes arcane rules built into it. The three most important aspects of getting full use from Medicare at the right cost are signing up without enrollment penalties, choosing coverage plans that complement each other and meet all the individual’s needs, and understanding what is covered under different plans. An array of factors can affect the effectiveness of Medicare, the most prominent of which being that the Baby Boomer generation is approaching or has already reached the official Full Retirement Age under Social Security. This is age 65 for those born before 1939, and age 66 for those born from 1939 to 1959. At present, the Full Retirement Age for those born after 1959… PLEASE NOTE: This is a Summary, Analysis & Review of the book and NOT the original book. Inside this Summary, Analysis & Review of Philip Moeller’s Get What’s Yours for Medicare by Instaread · Overview of the Book · Important People · Key Takeaways · Analysis of Key Takeaways
📒Get What S Yours Revised Updated ✍ Laurence J. Kotlikoff
📝Get What s Yours Revised Updated Book Synopsis : "In 2016, Social Security rules changed radically. Do you know how - and how these changes might apply to you? Americans have left literally billions of Social Security dollars on the table - benefits we have earned, are eligible to take, but simply aren't aware of. Fully revised and carefully updated in light of the new law, Get What's Yours is the indispensable guide to collecting the maximum Social Security benefits possible."--Page  of cover.
📝Maximize Your Medicare 2017 Edition Book Synopsis : Maximize Your Medicare (2017 Edition) Now Available Medicare is the cornerstone of retirement planning in the United States. The reason is simple: healthcare costs, as people age, represent the single largest threat to a person’s financial and personal well-being. It affects more than a single person. Family members and those that support the individual are all inevitably affected. The circle of people affected is much wider than that (spouses, adult-age children, advisors, caregivers, healthcare professionals, etc). Virtually every adult in the U.S. is affected by Medicare. The Rules Are Complicated The reason that people misunderstand Medicare is that while the language looks the same as other health insurance, but it actually works differently, in important ways. Enrollment eligibility Late enrollment penalties Separate health and prescription drug components Financial assistance at federal and state levels Special enrollment exceptions Maximize Your Medicare is written so that consumers understand the wide variety of choices they have, and when. Maximize Your Medicare also points out the pitfalls that one can avoid, if and only if the consumer understands the rules correctly. Health insurance is ultimately a financial contract, and Medicare is a very specific type of health insurance. While intimidating and confusing to many, Medicare’s rules largely favor the consumer, as long as the consumer fully understands those rules. Selection is Complicated There are a wide variety of choices available, and some of those choices change every year. Maximize Your Medicare clarifies the key differences among the choices, in language that everyone can understand. The beauty of Medicare is that it does not discriminate: every person has the exact same rights and options when first turning 65 years old. That does not mean that every person will choose the same path. The number of combinations that can influence “what is best for you” is too large to count. Here is a very short, and incomplete list of some of the factors facing all consumers. Financial resources Personal / family health history Prescriptions required Healthcare provider access Maximize Your Medicare provides real-life examples, called “This Happens,” which highlight both the mistakes that people have made in the past, and the fortunate outcomes when the consumer considers his/her situation thoroughly. The Rules Are Not Enough Maximize Your Medicare distinguishes itself by attaching common sense exercised by everyone, everyday. There are 57 million Medicare beneficiaries, and approximately 10,000 turn 65 every day, something that will continue for the next two decades. While it may be convenient for others to claim that they can “fix” or “improve” Medicare, the demographic and fiscal reality is that this single issue will be on the top of the national agenda. While convenient to “find someone else to blame” for the lack of complete information available, Maximize Your Medicare is written so that the consumer (and those around him/her) can deal with Medicare in a practical, well-reasoned way. Maximize Your Medicare is written with the idea that every stakeholder (the Medicare consumer, physician, hospital, pharmaceutical, attorney, etc) is acting rationally, within the rules that they must follow. Maximize Your Medicare is a guide to help consumers, within those same set of complex rules.
📒Avoid The Traps Blast Through The Maze Of Medicare ✍ Rick Mortimer
📝Avoid the Traps Blast Through the Maze of Medicare Book Synopsis : Medicare is the key to survival for 57 million Americans. But it only covers about 50% of the average senior's health costs. Careful attention must be given to how to pay for the other half! The rules are complex, and the products are hard to understand, but it is possible to reduce your out-of-pocket expenses to very little -- if you know how. There are many traps along the way. Mortimer shows you exactly how to avoid them, how to get the very highest level of protection, and how to do it for the very lowest cost. This book is concise, clearly written, and FUN to read! In two or three hours, you will learn everything you need to know to safeguard your family and live the longest, healthiest, happiest life possible. Text book on medical administration, medicaid and medicare, medical book, medicare for dummies 2018, medicare made 1-2-3 easy, medicare demystified, medicare books, medicaid planning, medicaid for dummies 2018, Get what's yours for medicare, medicaid and medicare, medicaid qualifying, medicare 2018, aarp medicare, aetna medicare, Helping Seniors Choose a Medicare Advantage Medigap Plan and Agent, Impartial Medicare Advice, Qualifying for Medicare-Medicaid Dual Eligibility, Should I do Medicare Advantage or Supplement, AARP Unitedhealthcare Humana Aetna Cigna BCBS Blue Cross Kaiser, medicare help, medicare explained, centers for medicare, medicare nc, nc medicaid, apply for medicaid, medicare 101, medicare 2018, medicare near me, medicare insurance, medicare open enrollment, medicare options, medicare part b, medicare part d, medicare part a, medicare advantage, medicare rates, medicare definition, medicare medicaid, medicare vs medicaid, medicare extra help, medicare for dummies 2018 paperback, medicare enrollment, medicare qmb, medicare questions, medicare eligibility, medicare medicaid services, medicare medigap vs advantage, medicare how does it work, medicare hospital, medicare hospice, medicare dual eligible, medicare donut, medicare supplements, medicare deductible, medicare deadline, medicare plans, medicare plan finder
📒Social Security Medicare And Government Pensions ✍ Joseph Matthews
📝Social Security Medicare and Government Pensions Book Synopsis : This book helps baby boomers navigate the Medicare and Social Security systems, maximize benefits, and appeal denials of services and benefits. It also covers Social Security disability, veterans disability compensation, and federal retirement benefits as well as SSI, Medicaid, and veterans pension for low-income readers.
📒Medicare And You ✍ Nancy-Ann Minn DeParle
📝Medicare and You Book Synopsis : Contents: recent legislation included Medicare+Choice, which will result in changes to the Medicare program; you now have new preventive health benefits & new patient protections. In addition, starting in 1999, Medicare will offer new health plan choices. This handbook includes a description of the new preventive benefits available to you, the rights you have as a patient, & the new health plan options available to you. It will help you identify some of the important questions you will want to ask & includes a list of important resources for you to get more information.
📒Medicare And You 2009 ✍ Michael O. Leavitt
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📒Medicare And You 1999 ✍ DIANE Publishing Company
📝Medicare and You 1999 Book Synopsis : Intended to provide the reader with the information needed to take full advantage of their Medicare benefits. Discusses who's eligible for Medicare benefits (Part A & B), & how to enroll for Medicare, as well as what hospitals & medical expenses are covered by the plan. Explains what portion of your medical bill you are responsible for. Provides information about managed care plans & Medicare supplemental insurance. Also covers: home health care, hospice care, blood coverage, & more. Medicare Beneficiary Resource Directory. Glossary.
📒Multiple Sclerosis ✍ Rosalind C. Kalb, MD
📝Multiple Sclerosis Book Synopsis : Because most people who are diagnosed with MS are between the ages of 15-55 years, the disease has a significant impact, not only on the individual with the disease, but also on the family members and loved ones whose lives are interwoven with them. Families experiencing multiple sclerosis often find themselves in uncharted territory. Prior patterns of interacting with each other may no longer work; roles often shift with dramatic emotional impact; guilt, anger, sadness, and a sense of burden may create a barrier to intimacy, joy, growth, and family unity. There are ways out of this debilitating situation, and many families have restored their balance, humor, productivity and family solidarity. Multiple Sclerosis: A Guide for Families can lead the way for your family to strengthen its coping skills and to receive targeted information about the disease and its ramifications. This complete yet highly readable guide for families living with multiple sclerosis addresses these issues and more. Families must learn how to strike a reasonable balance between the interests and needs of its members, and to accommodate the limitations imposed by MS without allowing them to impact every aspect of family life. This is easier said than done, and extensive discussions consider how the basic goals of living with this chronic disease can be met.