By Philip Moeller
Patients can be hit with medical bills they weren't expecting because insurance and Medicare coverage can be confusing. But there are groups that can help, writes columnist Philip Moeller.
Navigating Social Security and Medicare can be difficult. Columnist Philip Moeller is here to help answer your questions.
Figuring out what benefits Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security each provide for a person with disabilities can be complicated.
By Shefali Luthra, Kaiser Health News, Jon Greenberg, PolitiFact
During Wednesday night’s Democratic presidential primary debate, health policies — ranging from “Medicare for All” to efforts to curb skyrocketing drug prices — were among the key issues the 10 hopeful candidates onstage used to help differentiate themselves.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
Auditors with the Health and Human Services inspector general's office estimate that in 2016 about 6,600 cases reflected potential neglect or abuse that was not reported.
Understanding how Medicare fits into your employer health care coverage can be difficult. Columnist Philip Moeller provides some guidance.
Knowing when to file for spousal Social Security benefits to get the maximum payout can be complicated. Columnist Philip Moeller explains best practices.
Medicare has a number of coverage gaps that would need to be closed if it were expanded to cover the entire nation, writes columnist Philip Moeller.
Extra income can change the benefits a person receives from Social Security or Medicaid, writes columnist Philip Moeller.
Columnist Phil Moeller answers your questions about recent 'Medicare for All' proposals and how to choose between Medicare and private insurance plans.
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