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We wrapped up a couple of our free self-management classes recently, and both classes received great reviews from the class participants. We enjoyed getting to know each other and sharing our eagerness to learn. The Diabetes Class received 10's across the board for how likely they would recommend the class to a friend or colleague, while the Chronic Pain class received a 9.6 average rating out of 10. Diabetes Self-Management Class

MSPs help pay your Medicare costs if you have limited income and savings. There are three main programs, each with different benefits and eligibility requirements:Qualified Medicare Beneficiary (QMB) Specified Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary (SLMB) Qualified Individual (QI)  Benefits of Qualified Medicare Beneficiary (QMB) Pays Part A & B premiums. Eliminates cost-sharing for Medicare-covered services.Gross Monthly Income Limit:  Individuals $1,094; Couples $1,472Asset Limit:  Individuals $7,970; Couples $11,960  Benefits of Specified Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary (SLMB) Pays

Common Open Enrollment Notices You can make changes to your Medicare coverage each year during Medicare’s Open Enrollment Period, which runs October 15 to December 7. Around September, you will start to receive notices with information about any changes to your coverage for the coming year. It is important to read and understand these notices, as they can help you decide if you should make changes to your coverage during Medicare’s

Fall Open Enrollment is the time of year when you can change your Medicare coverage. You can:Join a new Medicare Advantage Plan or stand-alone prescription drug (Part D) plan Switch between Original Medicare with or without a Part D plan and Medicare AdvantageListed below are six things to keep in mind while you are choosing your Medicare coverage.Fall Open Enrollment occurs each year from October 15 through December

The following information is from a tip sheet created by the Senior Medicare Patrol. Download the tip sheet from the Senior Medicare Patrol on protecting yourself from cardiovascular genetic testing fraud.Every time there’s a medical advance, there’s a scammer waiting around the corner to exploit it. When genetic testing first became an important medical service, scammers targeted cancer screenings and medication metabolization (called pharmacogenetics).The latest growing genetic testing fraud trend