Category Archives: Medicare/Open Enrollment

Insurance Coverage Barriers Matter As Much As Cost

Consider these three recent client examples… #1. Mr. Smith. He has significant, chronic medical conditions that require care from a primary care physician and several specialists, one of whom is in a different state than where he lives. He has experienced numerous hospitalizations as a result of his conditions and has a favorite specialized unit… Read on…

Health Insurance — What Exactly Am I Buying?

Many of our clients complain about their inadequate health insurance coverage. Often, the cause is a lack of understanding regarding the true costs of coverage, as well as the inherent administrative barriers that exist. Our goal, always, is to educate our clients. This way, they can make informed selections about Medicare coverage and/or purchases on… Read on…

Medicare: What You Need To Do Now

By Camille Barron Once again, Medicare Open Enrollment Season is here. If you’re 65 or over, you’ve probably had enough of the mail and endless TV commercials promoting this or that Medicare product. It’s tempting to toss it all aside and keep the status quo. After all, your insurance has been working for you, so… Read on…