MWGSS Blog

What is Medicare Part B?

In this article, MWG Senior Services breaks down what Medicare Part B is, when to enroll, what to expect and how we can help you get started.

What is Medicare Part A?

What is Medicare Part A? In this article, you will find everything from what Medicare Part A generally covers, to the typical costs and when you need to enroll. If you are unsure where or when to start, give us a call at (877) 759-5760 and let us help you navigate the Medicare Maze.

Parts of Medicare

The Medicare program is designed to offer basic coverage to assist in paying for doctor visits, procedures and hospital stays. Medicare is divided into four main parts – A, B, C and D. Many people agree that all the various parts of Medicare make this process very confusing. In this article, you will see all the details associated with the parts of Medicare.

Costs of Medicare

There are various costs of Medicare when signing up for Medicare. We are going to help you navigate the Medicare maze and make this process as easy to understand as possible. This article will explain all the costs of Medicare that you can expect to pay.

2019 Medicare Open Enrollment

2019 Medicare Open Enrollment
Medicare Open Enrollment is one of the most complex topics to explain. There are so many time frames and specific details that must be discussed, to stay on schedule and not get behind. MWG Senior Services wants to ensure that we give you all the resources and information needed, so you are entirely knowledgeable of the Medicare Open Enrollment available to you.

New Year, New Medicare

Sometimes change can be scary. Fear of the unknown leaves many individuals reluctant to the idea of change. With this new year, various changes have been made to further enhance benefits with Medicare, in hopes of positively impacting all enrollees. In this blog, we will discuss the primary improvements to Medicare.

Questions About Retirement?

Questions About Retirement?

If there are 10,000 people retiring every day, you are more than likely to know one of these individuals! It could be your siblings, parents, friends or co-workers. The transition to retirement is very confusing and overwhelming. Don’t leave your loved ones in the dark!

The Medicare Maze

The Medicare Maze
Don’t get lost in the Medicare maze! Let MWG Senior Services be your light and we will guide you every step of the way through pre-retirement and post-retirement. It is never too early to start discussing your Medicare options and asking questions.

Medicare Part D

Medicare Part D, also known as Prescription Drug Plan, changes every year. As we discussed last month, Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) occurs once a year. This is the only time of the year you can change your Part D plan unless you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period (SEP). For example, if you move out of the service area, if you are institutionalized, or experience any other “exceptional circumstance,” you may be qualified for a SEP.

What is Medicare?

What is Medicare, Medicare Part A, & Medicare Part B?
Are approaching 65?  Or maybe you're retiring soon?  You've probably noticed your mailbox is getting full fast and soon you will receive an influx of calls from agents about Medicare secondary insurance.  It's important to research your options, but it can be very confusing when you have so much coming at you all at once.  Read this article to learn more. 

2018 Annual Election Period

Beginning October 1st through October 14th, MWG Senior Services prepares for the AEP by uploading the current medication worksheets you submitted and by comparing your current prescription drug plan (PDP) to your PDP for the upcoming year. These plans change every year and that is why we offer to review them annually, free of charge, for our Medicare Supplement and Medicare Advantage clients.

What is Medigap?

Medicare Supplemental Plans, Medicare Supplement, & Medigap are all interchangeable terms.
Did you know that Medigap plans are also known as Medicare Supplement? That's right! These two terms are completely interchangeable. If you didn't already know that, it can be a little confusing because some guides refer to them as Medigap and others refer to them as Medicare Supplements.