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Medicare Insurance Made Easy
Weatherford Medicare is made up of two basic parts; Part A and Part B. Medicare part A comprises all hospital expenses, including hospital stays and any other expense and that be incurred inside a hospital. Medicare Part B covers any expenses that occur in a physician‘s office, such as MRIs, Ct scans, Etc., outpatient operations. Together with Medicare parts A & B makes up Original Medicare.
Weatherford Medicare does not cover 100% of your medical bills. This leaves the remaining 20% that is not covered. As people get old health problems can arise and more medical bills can be incurred. With no Medigap or Medicare Advantage Plan and merely Medicare you’ll be able to confront a big bill that’s 20% of the total bill. 20% of a bill that is very big is still a very big bill. This is why many folks choose to get a Medicare Supplement or Medicare Advantage Plan to help protect them against the high price that can occur from other medical expenses, or a hospital stays.
When it comes to deciding on your Medicare options, you can spend hours doing your own research or you can speak to a local, licensed Texas agent with Ashford Insurance. Your agent will compare your options to find the coverage that’s tailored to you and at a price that fits into your budget. We do this all at no cost and no obligation to you. With an Ashford Insurance agent, you get the benefit of great counsel, experience, and great choices.
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Recent Blog Articles
Last week, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the 2022 premiums, deductibles, and coinsurance amounts for the Medicare Part A and Part B programs, and the 2022 Medicare Part D income-related monthly adjustment amounts.
It seems that nothing ever changes when it comes to hawking insurance to fill the gaps in Medicare coverage for seniors. The fervent sales pitches, the misinformation and the incomplete and deceptive information continue to proliferate. The problems are especially prevalent during Medicare’s open-enrollment period, which began Oct. 15 and runs through Dec. 7.