Medicare beneficiaries are signing up for top-rated Medicare Advantage plans now that the Affordable Care Act encourages the industry to offer high-quality benefits to seniors.
A new report by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) found that significant strides are being made in reducing Medicare patient readmissions to hospitals.
After years of hard work, you're reaching the point in life when you're eligible to enroll in Medicare.
Beneficiaries with Original Medicare are issued a Medicare Summary Notice (MSN) every three months for their Parts A and B-covered services.
When enrolling in Medicare, there are deadlines you'll want to keep in mind so you can avoid any late penalties and fees.
While the advantages and opportunities available through Medicare are vast and beneficial, there can always be a few occasions where questions, concerns and qualms may arise.
While Medicare offers users a variety of ways to receive the outstanding health care they deserve, there are still instances of people taking advantage of the system.
Following the release of Medicare data by the Obama administration April 9, patients can now perform a check-up on their doctors.
If you are considering planning for a vacation outside of the U.S., one of the more important things to keep in mind is whether any health expenses will be covered while traveling abroad.
The advantages to being enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B are vast and beneficial, but when is it necessary to start considering additional options?