Medicare Open Enrollment: Things to Think About When Comparing Plans
Only you know what’s most important to you and your family – that’s why we want to make sure you have all the information you need to make the best decision for you. Look around for all the Medicare information out there [link to second blog in series]. And visit our Open Enrollment center, where we’ve gathered everything you need to walk through your options. Now, what’s for dinner?
What to Look for on Medicare.gov
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Q1Medicare.com Releases Updated Online Medicare.gov Plan Finder Tutorial : Fitness tips on Fitblogger
“The Medicare.gov Plan Finder provides a wealth of information, but for people unfamiliar with this site, the Plan Finder may add to the complexities Medicare beneficiaries face as they try to choose a Medicare Advantage plan or Medicare Part D prescription drug plan,” notes Dr. Susan Johnson, co-founder and technical director of the Q1Medicare.com site. “The goal of our tutorial is to provide a simple guide so the Medicare community can better navigate the Medicare.gov site and find the Medicare plan that most affordably meets their prescription and health coverage needs.”
Save Granny from the Cliff! PolitiFact’s “Lie of the Year 2011″ Award Goes to Democrats for Medicare Lies (video)
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Medicare.gov updates definition of optometry
The accommodative lag of the young hyperopic patient…These data from a relatively small but broad sampling of age and clinical status suggest that clinically normal young infants and children with low amounts of hyperopia have similar lags of accommodation from the first few months after birth. Subjects with greater than 4 D of hyperopia, or amblyopia or s […]
Medicare to Begin Covering Obesity Treatment
CMS received 27 comments during the initial comment period, and 254 comments on the proposed decision during the second comment period. Many of the comments were focused on the type of practitioner that can be reimbursed for providing service. Commenters requested the inclusion of dietitians, mental/behavioral health providers, nutritionists, social workers, pharmacists, exercise specialists and physiologists, diabetes nurse educators, and certified obesity medical physicians. CMS responded that primary care practitioners are the best positioned to coordinate care for all of a patient’s medical needs, while the suggested practitioners are not. Additionally, commenters requested that locations other than the primary care setting be eligible for coverage. CMS responded that the primary care setting is where the coordination of all care takes place, where care is given by primary care practioners.
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