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Simple Tips for Healthy Aging    Making Healthy Aging Possible  Have you noticed that the numbers in the phone book seem to be getting smaller? READ MORE >>

When it comes to online identity theft, senior citizens are particularly susceptible. As a group, they can be trusting and are often unaware of the latest scams that look to separate them from their money. READ MORE >>

CMS Ensures Greater Value For People In Medicare Drug And Health Plans Rate Announcement Details Plan Payments & Other Program Updates for 2014   READ MORE >>

Staying on the Job Past Medicare Eligibility Medicare While Working   A recent survey conducted by eHealth, the parent company of PlanPrescriber.com, found that 80 percent of Boomers expect to be working after their 65th birthday. READ MORE >>

  ER Costs Vary Widely Many people underestimate what a trip to the emergency room will cost and then they suffer from sticker shock when the hospital bill arrives. READ MORE >>

  How to Get The Most from Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants Must You See A Doctor?   The next time you call your doctor’s office for an appointment, you might be asked... READ MORE >>

Your senior years can be one of the most enjoyable and fulfilling times of your life. As the baby boomer generation gets older, the number of senior citizens in the United States is rapidly increasing, and seniors are finding ways to be more active and involved. There are more seniors today than ever before. READ MORE >>

What is Medicare? How and when will I use it? Watch this short and easy to understand video about how Medicare Part A, B, C and D work together.    Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35qPksNSOqo Our friendly Senior Health Specialist are here to answers all of your questions. READ MORE >>

Missed out on AEP enrollment period? Need to make some changes to your plan?     Annual enrollment period (AEP) happens every year it typically lasts about 2 months. During this time beneficiary can choose to change their plan without any specific reason. READ MORE >>

What is the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP)? The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period, or AEP, is the time for those who are already enrolled in Medicare to make decisions regarding whether to join, switch or drop their Medicare plan(s). The following below are the overview of the Medicare plans: READ MORE >>

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