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How the federal insurance program helps older Americans afford the health care vital to their well-being
Protecting Rights of Medicare Patients
AARP asks court to let beneficiaries appeal 'Observation Status'
Congress Must Avoid Automatic Medicare Cuts
Reimbursement reductions could limit patient access and services
New Medicare Advantage Rates for 2021 Published
Average monthly premiums could decrease for many
Americans with Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance, as well as uninsured, won't pay
The latest on free testing, telehealth, elective surgeries and more
One rule would tie prices of some drugs to international prices
Which path you take will determine how you get your medical care — and how much it costs
Virtual doctor visits limit exposure risk and can slow spread of coronavirus
Medicare and Medicaid will no longer require a doctor’s prescription for COVID-19 screening
A guide to hospital, doctor, Medicare Advantage and prescription drug care
You’ll need to plan ahead to pay for some common medical expenses
Monthly premiums, other out-of-pocket expenses can add up
Supplemental insurance will cover some deductibles and copays
How to make sure that the medicines you are taking are covered
Extras can range from nutrition visits to even cleaning your carpet
Becoming a ‘dual eligible’ can help with out-of-pocket medical expenses
Take this quiz and discover how knowledgeable you are about the health insurance program
How to avoid financial penalties and picking the wrong plan
New interactive tool searches doctors, hospitals, nursing homes, rehab, hospice and more
Here are the requirements to be eligible for health care coverage
Home Health Care
Yearly Physical Exams
In "Medicare For Dummies," AARP’s Medicare expert helps you navigate the confusing maze
Fast access to the questions you have about how the program works
Visit the AARP state page for information about events, news and resources near you.
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