Medicare Advantage

High Numbers of Successful Appeals for Denied Medicare Advantage Claims Raise Concerns

Despite all the extra benefits and low premiums, not everything may be rosy with Medicare Advantage plans. The Office of Inspector General found that 75% of denied Medicare Advantage plan claims are successfully appealed immediately upon review.

"Should I Review My Medicare Coverage?" Look for These Three Red Flags

Each year between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7, Medicare beneficiaries have an opportunity to review and change their coverage — either a Part D drug plan or Medicare Advantage plan. Just one simple plan change could literally save your clients thousands in the coming year!

Save Your Clients' Thousands By Getting to Know Medicare's Open Enrollment Period

Each year between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7, Medicare beneficiaries have an opportunity to review and change their coverage — either a Part D drug plan or Medicare Advantage plan. Just one simple plan change could literally save your clients thousands in the coming year!

Watch Your Mailbox for Unrequested “Seamless Conversions”

It’s a Baby Boomer’s worst nightmare: the deluge of information, both digital and analog, masks a single piece of Medicare-related mail that is responsible for costing you thousands upon thousands of dollars in unwanted costs. Forms sent by sanctioned Medicare Advantage plan providers—or if you’re lucky, a few separately-mailed items—throw a massive monkey wrench in your financial plans.