Medicare Solutions

Medicare Solutions

Whether you’re turning 65, already have coverage, or helping a family member with their decision, getting the right Medicare advice is critical.

As a benefit of your membership, you — as well as your spouse and parents — have access to a team of Medicare Specialists. These experts can answer your questions, review all your options, and help you navigate the process so that you can make the best decision based on your specific circumstances.

Take advantage of this valuable member benefit. Spend less time worrying about the future, and more time enjoying the here and now.

Recent Medicare & Healthcare News.

Ten Medicare Terms You Need to Know

If you’re on the cusp of turning 65, you may be feeling overwhelmed with the Medicare system right now. Plans, parts, options, supplements, enrollment periods, deadlines, regulations – it’s a lot to take in. To help make sense of it all we’ve compiled a list of basic Medicare terms and names that you’ll need to …

Changes Coming to Medicare Benefits in 2021

Like health insurance benefits, Medicare benefits can also change from year to year. Most of these changes tend to be minor, but for seniors who may be living on a fixed income it’s important to factor any Medicare rate changes into your budget planning. So what can Medicare enrollees expect in the coming year? New …

What to Expect: Seeing Your Way Through Cataracts Surgery

No one ever claimed that getting older would be fun. And while the many technological advancements in medicine can’t solve everything related to aging, it can help restore vision loss due to cataracts. What are Cataracts? According to All About Vision, “A cataract is a clouding of the lens inside the eye, causing vision loss …

What Medicare Supplemental Insurance Can Do That Medicare Can Not

Getting older is never any fun passed the age of 21. But oftentimes with age comes maturity, experience, and perspective. And by the time you find yourself approaching the golden age of 65, you’re probably able to look back at your earlier years and note a few things you wish you had done differently—drink less …