Understanding the difference between Medicare and Medicare Advantage are key in helping you with your decision.
The Medicare options available today can sound like alphabet soup. What’s the difference between Part A and Part B? Do you need Part C? And when does Part D come into play?
If you have Medicare, you may be wondering if there’s a way to cover more healthcare services, such as dental care, prescription drugs, or hearing exams. The answer may be a Medicare Advantage Plan.
If you’re nearing age 65, have joined the more than 54 million Americans who are 65 years or older, or are under age 65 with a qualifying disability or disease, a Leon Health Medicare Advantage Plan might be right for you.
If you’re new to Medicare and Medicare Advantage Plans, you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed by a lot of new terminology. Don’t worry — we’re here to help.
If you’ve ever wondered what the difference is between Medicare and Medicaid, you’re certainly not alone. It’s one of the most common questions we hear from patients.
While searching for a Medicare Advantage Plan, you may come across a few options that don’t have a monthly premium. It might be hard to believe, but that $0 premium is possible.
Successfully enrolling and accessing coverage through Medicare begins with a good roadmap. At LEON Health, we not only understand the ins and outs of Medicare, but we help people every day who question where and how to get started.