Use our interactive database to help select a 2022 Medicare plan that's right for you.
The Sun Sentinel's printed Medicare special section is now available in digital format.
Costs in most Medicare Advantage plans are rising, but seniors will need to look carefully to figure out how and where they will be charged more.
It's no secret that this pandemic has taken a heavy health toll on older adults. So seniors want to be particularly choosy this year when selecting their Medicare Advantage plans. Some plans are enriching their telehealth benefits, others are beefing up their mental health services or covered hospital stays. A look at what’s new this year and what benefits to consider as the pandemic drags on.
The Sun Sentinel Medicare guide has been created to help you compare plans in your county and see the key benefits of each.
Here are all the ways to get help when choosing Medicare coverage for 2021.
Here are the key deadlines for enrollment in Medicare Advantage plans.
A guide to understanding the abbreviations and categories within the guide to 2020 Medicare Advantage Plans and Prescription Drug Plans.
Open enrollment for 2020 Medicare Advantage plans takes place through Dec. 7, and if you are one of the 4.5 million eligible seniors in Florida, you are going to want to shop around.
A look at changes in the Medicare landscape in 2020 and new offerings from insurers in Florida plans.
Important deadlines for enrolling in Medicare Advantage plans or changing your mind.
The schemes allegedly billed Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance companies a total of $86 million for medically unnecessary services, federal prosecutors said.
Federal authorities have issued a fraud alert about a new identity theft scheme using fake genetic testing to obtain a person’s Medicare and/or Medicaid information.
Comparing and choosing coverage: How to use charts in this section
Details about drug and health care benefits and co-pays removed from Medicare.gov because of low use by consumers and duplication, officials say.
Changes in Medicare coverage for 2017
<p>Ever since the Affordable Care Act's insurance marketplaces opened for business in 2014, the Obama administration has worked hard to get
Medicare enrollees should carefully compare drug benefits and co-payments between plans.
Seniors on Medicare drug plans will enter and exit the doughnut later next year than this one.
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