When can I Enroll in a Medicare Supplement? If you have Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, you have two Medicare Supplement enrollment periods

View original post here:
Medicare Supplement Enrollment Period

Medicare Plan N vs Plan G, which is best for you?

See the rest here:
Medicare Plan N vs Plan G

Your Medicare Summary Notice (MSN) Your Medicare Summary Notice (MSN) shows Medicare Part A and Part B covered services for people with Original Medicare. It is not a bill

Read more:
Medicare Summary Notice MSN

On March 23, 2021,  CMS.gov  announced a 2021 Special Enrollment Period (SEP). Americans (not on Medicare) can get extended access to new savings through the American Rescue Plan. Your family members will have until August 15 to enroll or re-evaluate their coverage on HealthCare.gov.  For seniors on Medicare, you can qualify for a  SEP due to COVID-19 and other qualifying events

Read the rest here:
2021 Special Enrollment Period

Please read this article to discover what diabetic retinopathy is and what Medicare covers. You will learn the following: Estimated reading time: 6 minutes Medicare and diabetic retinopathy Two stages of diabetic eye disease Diabetic retinopathy risk factors Preventing diabetic retinopathy Treatment options Eye doctor checks the retina of a senior man.

Read the original:
What is Diabetic Retinopathy?

Medicare Part B covers age-related macular degeneration (AMD) treatment. Furthermore, Medicare covers diagnostic tests for AMD. For people 50 years and older, it’s the leading cause of vision loss.

Continue reading here:
Medicare Macular Degeneration

According to  Medicare.gov , Medicare does cover cataract surgery “using traditional surgical techniques or using lasers.” Furthermore, if you have cataract surgery to implant an “intraocular lens,” Medicare helps you pay for corrective lenses. For example, Medicare part B pays 80% of the cost for corrective eyeglasses or contact lenses after cataract surgery

See the article here:
Does Medicare cover cataract surgery?

Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Sunday, February 28, 2021, the  CDC  recommended and endorsed the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine’s safety and effectiveness. Furthermore, it authorized the emergency use of the vaccine for people age 18 and older

See the article here:
Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine

Medicare Part D or Medicare Advantage plan may cover the injectable osteoporosis drug Prolia.

Read more here:
Does Medicare Cover Prolia?

Healthy and fit mature woman exercises in park. What is a Senior Fitness Program? Senior Fitness Programs (SFP) are for people age 65 and older, and may be available through your Medicare plan

See the rest here:
Senior Fitness Programs