You have come to the right place. We'll guide you through the "Medicare Maze". At Bridlewood Insurance, we pride ourselves on having the best trained, most knowledgeable, and caring Medicare agents in the industry.
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Understanding Your Medicare Options
After giving you a basic understanding of Medicare and the options available, the first step is to conduct a thorough Medicare review with you. This process includes identifying your doctors, any specific health concerns you are dealing with, what prescription medications you are taking, travel, living in different areas of the state or country, and more. Once your agent walks you through this process, they will educate you on all the various plans available so that you can confidently choose the most appropriate program to meet your needs and budget. And because the insurance company compensates the agent, our services are offered at no cost.
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Saving money on your prescription drugs Starting January 1, 2024, if you have Medicare drug coverage (Part D) and your drug costs are high enough to reach the catastrophic coverage phase, you don’t have to pay a copayment or coinsurance. Extra Help—a program that helps cover your Part D drug costs—will expand to cover more
Medicare only covers medically necessary surgical procedures. Medicare defines medically necessary services as “health care services or supplies that are needed to diagnose or treat an illness, injury, condition, disease, or its symptoms – and that meet accepted standards of medicine.” Medicare further defines medically necessary services as ones that: Are proper and needed for
Medicare covers skilled nursing facility (SNF) care in certain circumstances, but some situations can impact what is covered or even or if SNF care will be covered and your costs for that care. If you are in the hospital, your doctor can order observation services to decide if you should be admitted to the hospital
Whether or not to admit you as an inpatient to a hospital is a decision made by your doctor after reviewing your medical situation, and they decide whether it is necessary to admit you to the hospital. According to Medicare, an inpatient admission is generally appropriate when you’re expected to need 2 or more midnights
Medicare Advantage plans can be very cost-effective, and in fact, there are plans with $0 premiums. So how is that possible? To understand how $0 premium plans are possible, you must understand how Medicare Advantage plans are paid. There are two parts to how Medicare Advantage plans get paid. The first is the premium members
If you have original Medicare, Part B will cover telehealth services, and you will have to pay a 20% coinsurance of the Medicare-approved amount for your doctor or other health care provider’s services after you pay the Part B deductible. You will have to pay the same amount for most telehealth services as if you