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How 2018 Social Security COLA Affects Part B enrollees

On Friday, the Social Security Administration announced that the cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) for 2018 will see a 2 percent increase in benefits from 2017, resulting in the largest adjustment since 2012. The increase will affect more than 69 million people, including more than 8 million Supplemental Security Income recipients. They’ll receive roughly $27…

Find All 2018 MAPD Plan Data on our Medicare Quote Engine

We’ve added ALL summary of benefit data for ALL 2018 Medicare Advantage and Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plans on our Medicare Quote Engine! Using a brand-new feature, you can now you can compare your clients’ 2017 plan with the upcoming 2018 benefits side by side. The Medicare Quote Engine (MQE) includes rates and star…

5 Oct 17
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HHS Secretary Tom Price Resigns

Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price resigned his post Friday afternoon amid controversy over racking up hundreds of thousands in travel bills. Price’s department of the executive branch oversees the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), and is the administrative body for the federal health insurance exchange. The New York Times reports

2 Oct 17
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Special Enrollment Periods Available for Hurricane Victims

All Medicare beneficiaries and qualifying individuals seeking coverage through the federal health insurance marketplace who were affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, or Maria are eligible for special enrollment periods this fall. Medicare According to CMS, the Medicare special enrollment period “will allow individuals affected by these hurricanes to enroll, disenroll or switch Medicare health…

2 Oct 17
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