If you have Medicaid, you may have heard the term “Fee-For-Service.” Ever wonder what that means, and how it affects your health coverage?
Insurance and Health Plans
There’s no arguing that healthcare is a challenging cost for senior citizens. Research suggests that the average senior citizen will need $280,000 to cover health expenses after age 65. But if you have Medicaid, that cost could be greatly reduced.
Providing care for someone with Alzheimer’s or Dementia can be challenging on a tight budget. Luckily, Medicaid provides many benefits that can make care more affordable.
The differences between Medicare and Medicaid are not simple. Each has many different plan options, including: Fee-For-Service, QMB, SLMB, Managed Care, and QI. So how do you know which one you have?
Ready to experience a faster, simpler, and more reliable way to get medical supplies with your insurance benefits? You’re in the right place.
If you live in America, chances are you know someone who experiences incontinence. More than 13 million Americans experience it, including almost half of women over age 55. So what exactly is incontinence, and how can it be managed?
Are you an Idaho Medicaid recipient who needs incontinence supplies? If so, we have good news for you: Idaho Medicaid covers the cost of incontinence products.
The Qualified Medicare Beneficiary (QMB) Program is not always easy to understand. The name says “Medicare,” but you sign up through Medicaid. If you try to use it to cover services or supplies, you may find QMB doesn’t provide additional coverage. So what exactly is QMB, and what does it cover?
Are you a DC Medicaid Member in need of incontinence supplies? If so, there’s good news for you: DC Medicaid could cover the cost of your products.
Montana Medicaid recipients, we have good news about your incontinence supplies: Your Medicaid plan could cover the cost of your products.