Medicare Senior Advisors, LLC
Medicare covers certain mental health services, provided the healthcare professional accepts assignment. The Part B deductible applies to doctor visits, in addition to a 20% copay. If you go to a hospital outpatient clinic or department for mental health services, you may have to pay an additional copayment or coinsurance to the hospital.
Medicare can be a confusing subject for anyone. Even people in the industry have been known to struggle with navigating the official website. It is entirely understandable if a parent needs a little help.
The good news is that your parents may not have to register for Medicare; enrollment is automatic for many people. But once enrolled, your parents may need help choosing the best type of coverage and the best available plan. Our friendly agents are always happy to help.
During the first 12 months after enrolling in Part B, Medicare covers a one-time, preventative physical exam. This is known as the “Welcome to Medicare” exam. It includes a thorough checkup and health review. It also provides education and counseling on preventative services, such as screenings and vaccines, as well as referrals for additional care if needed.
Keeping up with Medicare changes can be a challenge. The entire subject is complicated to begin with, and with the rules change from time to time, it can add more confusion into the mix. We, as your experienced Medicare agents are happy to help, FREE of charge!
Medicare is a tangled web of confusing options. It is no wonder why seniors often turn to a professional for help. We are here to explain recent changes in Medicare that may impact your situation, review your current coverage to determine if it is the best option for you, and compare it to other available plans in your area.
At Medicare Senior Advisors, LLC, we are well versed in Medicare matters and always work in your best interests. If you decide to enroll in a Medicare plan, we do not charge a fee to process your enrollment.
1. You Have a Set Time to Enroll in Medicare
The first time you can enroll in Medicare is called your Medicare Initial Enrollment Period (IEP) which is 7 months long & includes:
For most people, this is the best time to sign up for Medicare as this can help you avoid late enrollment penalties.
Don't forget to carry your Medicare card with you when you’re away from home. Let your doctor, hospital, or other health care provider see your card when you need hospital, medical or other health services. Here are five things to know about your Medicare card:
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