Medicare Part B
Need information about Medicare Part B? AgingCare.com has the answers that caregivers and their elderly parents are looking for. Medicare Part B covers doctors’ bills, outpatient hospital care, home-based physical therapy, lab tests, some prescription drugs, medical equipment or ambulance service. Medicare Part B is supplementary optional coverage. Find out more by browsing through these articles.
Articles About Medicare Part B
- How the New Medicare "Doc Fix" Law Will Affect Older Americans
Lawmakers have finally passed a "doc fix" law that will change the way doctors participating in Medicare are paid. The new legislation also contains some measures that will affect older Americans.
- How the Revamped “Ask Medicare” Website Helps Caregivers
Can caregivers get pay from Medicare? Need help navigating the Medicare maze? A new website by Medicare.gov helps caregivers find the information they need to help them care for their elderly loved one.
- What are the pros and cons of Medicare HMOs?
You might be able to choose your current physician as your "gatekeeper," maintaining the good doctor/patient relationship you seem to have. Still, getting the doctor you want should be only one criterion in deciding whether to join a Medicare HMO.