Part of the services offered by Liberty Medical is helping customers fill out the proper forms to have their medical supplies covered by the Medicare D plan. This Liberty insurance feature is one of customer’s favorite parts of the service provided by Liberty Medical because these insurance forms can be so difficult to fill out.
Medicare part D is..
Many seniors have specific questions or concerns about what their Medicare insurance really means in terms of their ongoing diabetic care. The good news is that as of January 2005, changes in Medicare insurance have made it more convenient for seniors and those with part B Medicare plans (medical coverage) to receive better coverage for both the daily and the..
There are two parts to your Medicare coverage that you should be familiar with: Part A Medicare, and Part B Medicare. Part A will help to cover your in-patient hospital care expenses, and part B Medicare helps to cover medical outpatient services and items that are deemed to be medically necessary. Most people will not pay a premium for part..
You may have heard that Medicare can provide coverage for drug prescriptions, but did you know that it can also cover prescriptions for diabetic patients? The advantage of Medicare drug prescription is obvious: the cost of your glucose home test kits and insulin are covered. For starters, review the Medicare prescription drug plan, Medicare advantage plan and the various..
If you’re diabetic and either eligible for Medicare or already enrolled, you can qualify for a free blood glucose test meter. Here is what you have to do:
- Be eligible for a blood glucose test meter under Part B Medicare
- Sign up for blood glucose ..
If you’re a diabetic, one of the most expensive pieces of equipment you own is probably your blood glucose monitor. And if you’re approaching 65, you’ll be eligible for Medicare. You’ve probably heard a lot of talk about how you can get a free blood glucose monitor through Part B Medicare. But that talk is only partly true.
If you are on Medicare, diabetes supplies you need may be covered.
You may qualify for Medicare coverage of your diabetic supplies if you meet the following simple requirements:
- You are on Medicare.
- You have a doctor’s order to test your blood sugar.
A Medicare diabetic supply could add up to significant savings if..
Many seniors have questions regarding their diabetes Medicare coverage and what to expect as far as costs and allowances. As of January 1, 2005, your diabetes Medicare coverage might include 100% of the costs of two diabetic screenings per year, as well as other helpful services and supplies to better monitor your condition. For people with established diabetes and full..
There is good news for diabetic seniors on Medicare when it comes to their coverage on diabetes testing supplies. As of January 1, 2005, changes in Medicare are now allowing for up to 100% of the costs of diabetes testing supply to be covered in many instances (standard deductibles, co-payments and some restrictions apply). If you are a senior diagnosed..
Recent changes in Medicare services for seniors living with diabetes have made it easier and more cost-efficient to get what you need, when you need it most. Current Medicare services might include obtaining lancets, test strips and glucose meters for much less than you might have imagined possible (standard part B deductibles, co-payments and certain limitations will apply).