If you have Medicare, you might have initially thought that you had plenty of insurance to have all of your medical needs taken care of. But soon enough, many people realize that although these plans do cover a lot, they don't cover everything and you may need to get additional or supplemental plans to help with coverage. Here are some things that your Medicare plan won't cover so that you can get additional coverage if needed.
17 May 2017
Anybody who has ever tried to get their health insurance company to pay for alternative medicine will tell you what a tall order it is. However, this isn't just a whim of health insurance companies; there is a good reason for it. The main reason is that many alternative treatment methods or medicines haven't been proven to be effective, and insurers don't want to throw away their money. You can use that knowledge to get your health insurer to pay for your alternative medicine treatment; here is how:
25 April 2017
If you have reached the age where you have become eligible to receive senior citizen discounts and possibly even retirement, you may be elated to learn that you are eligible for Medicare. Instead of needing to pay for an employer sponsored health insurance plan or look for medical coverage in the open healthcare market, people aged 65 and over can get government sponsored health insurance. The only drawback concerning Medicare is the fact that is does not cover all medical expenses, so you can still be left with bills after routine doctors appointments, medical procedures, and extended care.
25 April 2017
If you are in the process of picking up your own health care plan for the first time, it can be easy to be confused by all the different numbers and terms. Here is a quick overview of the different terms you need to know and the real overall cost of your health plan. #1 Premium The biggest number that you need to be aware of is your premium. Your premium is the amount that you have to pay every month in order to maintain your health insurance.
29 March 2017
The past couple of decades have seen long term care insurance changing considerably. As the population ages, long term care insurance becomes even more important. Whereas many individuals relied on their family to take care of them in the past, people today are making sure they are insured. And that means that there are both more policies and more claims. More People Are Focusing on At-Home Care At-home care has become very popular among the elderly population.
15 March 2017