Medicare Open Enrollment | The 5 Basics Every Senior Should Know BY CHRISTIAN WORSTELL Medicare open enrollment is upon us once again. If you’re new to Medicare or are in
By Benjamin Lamm Grandparenthood no doubt brings with it some novel feelings. There is the initial joy not unlike the joy of brand new parenthood, as well as some added
(Editor’s Note: Bloomberg News report on November 13, 2013 – Throwing-Grandma-Off-Cliff Ads Dim Odds Of U.S. Entitlement Cuts ) A television ad that aired briefly in August 2012 stands as a
By Ross Blair, senior vice president, eHealthMedicare.com Medicare’s annual enrollment period is still about six months away, but contentious budget talks and the implementation of health care reform may
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Health reform helps more than 5.1 million people with Medicare save over $3.2 billion Since enactment of the health care law, Medicare beneficiaries received average savings of $635 on prescription drugs
Riding the Age Wave: How Health Care Can Stay Afloat In an ancient Greek fable, Eos, the beautiful goddess of the dawn, falls deeply in love with the warrior Tithonus.
What to look for when hiring an Elder Law attorney Legal problems that affect the elderly are growing in number. Our laws and regulations are becoming more complex. Actions taken
It seems like a bad dream: Your prescription drug coverage stops just when you need it the most. But sadly, it’s been a reality for millions of people with Medicare.
Experts tell us the key to making New Year’s resolutions is to make your goals realistic. So if walking a mile is a challenge, don’t tell yourself this is the
By Eva Mor, PhD In 2030 there will be 71 million Americans over the age of 65, and 60% of them will need some sort of health care assistance, according