Medicare Part B
Medical Insurance that covers certain doctors' services, outpatient care, medical supplies, and preventive services.
Medicare Part B Articles
Does Medicare Pay for Home Health Care?
Home health care services and skilled therapy are covered by Medicare, but patients must meet 4 specific criteria in order to be eligible.6 Comments
Medicare Part B: Are You Utilizing All of Your Benefits?
Understanding your health insurance benefits—and those of your loved one—is crucial for ensuring that you both make the most of your coverage and do everything possible to keep yourselves healthy.7 Comments
The 4 Parts of Medicare
A breakdown of the different parts of Medicare including what each part covers, its cost, and who qualifies - Medicare Part A, B, C, D.3 Comments
Helping A Loved One Enroll in Medicare: Where to Start?
Understand the enrollment options and the basics of the Medicare system to save you and your family a great deal of money on healthcare costs.0 Comments
Medicare Part B Questions
Mom has been at nursing home for rehab and already they want us to pay privately. Any advice?9 Comments
I am turning 65 in May, still working and receiving medical benefits. I need some help with what to do with medical and Medicare part B.5 Comments
My father is 95 and we are trying to get his gross monthly social security amount to apply for VA benefits for him. How do we find out the amount?4 Comments
I am 67, still working and have insurance from my employer. If I retire and start receiving SS in May, can I enroll in Medicare part B in May?4 Comments
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Medicare Part B Related Topics
- Medicare Part D
- Medicare Open Enrollment
- Paying for Care
- Medicare Advantage Plans
- Medicare Supplemental Insurance
- Mental Health
- Fall Prevention
- Cognitive Decline
- Care Decisions
- Financial Planning
- Home Care
- Activities of Daily Living
- Home Health Care