No, but Medicare Advantage plans do. Out-of-pocket maximums are designed to protect you from high health care costs. Here’s how they work.
Alison is a Senior Manager of Member Services at HealthPartners. She’s been with HealthPartners for more than 16 years. Her team is a one-stop-shop for answers, information, and support for Medicare and Medicaid members and providers. When she’s not working or writing for the HealthPartners Medicare blog she enjoys spending time with her family boating in the summer and watching movies in the winter.
Always check a plan’s network to make sure your providers are included. You’ll pay less for care and medicines.
Keeping track of your health insurance information can be tough. Luckily, you can sign up for an online health insurance account to make life easier.
Your Medicare dictionary: Medicare enrollment to the donut hole and everything in between [Flashcards]
Navigating Medicare is a lot easier when you know the language. These 10 terms are a must to memorize before and after you enroll.
Do you help a parent or loved one manage their Medicare and doctors’ visits? These top tips for caregivers can help make the process a little easier on everyone involved.
Mark your calendars! Here are the dates you need to know for the Annual Enrollment Period.
Medicare Part D is kind of like a donut. It includes a hole, or coverage gap.
Learn all about Medicare prescription drug coverage (Part D).
Not all vaccines or shots are covered by your Medicare plan. Get to know what’s covered, so you don’t end up with a surprise bill.
Not all surprises are good, especially at the pharmacy counter. Get tips for saving money on your medicines this year.