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Medicare

Medicare: When A Doctor No Longer Accepts Patients

Pneumonia. Heart problems. High cholesterol. Betsy Carrier, 71, and her husband, Don Resnikoff, 79, relied on their primary care doctor in Montgomery County, Maryland, for help managing their ailments.

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Travel Insurance Can Help, But Has Its Limits

But basic policies generally don’t cover pandemics such as the coronavirus. Policies that do cost significantly more and may only cover 50-75 percent of a traveler’s losses.

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Insurance Head Talks About Longevity And Retirement

AIG recently conducted a survey of more than 1,000 people, all over 40, and found that more than half of them wanted to live to be 100.

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What Would Happen If The ACA Went Away

Any day now, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans could rule the entire Affordable Care Act unconstitutional.

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Health Claims Rejected? Some Steps To Appeal A Denial

Patients are often shocked when their insurance company denies coverage for a procedure or treatment, especially if that leads to a bigger-than-expected bill.

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Medicare To Launch Plan-Finder Website

Organizations that help enrollees with plan selection who have had an early peek at the new Plan Finder are cautiously optimistic about improvements. But they worry that the timing of the new website’s rollout will leave insufficient training time before the critical fall enrollment period.

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