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I understand most of you are already very knowledgeable on Medicare coverages but maybe a few will find these useful if you travel north sometimes. 1. Medicare provides one free wellness check and one assessment for signs of Alzheimer's or dementia per year. 2. Free obesity ( Free only for adults with a body mass index BMI of 30 or more) and smoking counseling. 3. Free hospice care if you're given six months or less to live. Medicare of course decides the types of facilities you can use. Medicare will also cover free grief counseling to you and your family members. 4. Medi
Hello all -- thanks for your ongoing help to a prospective retiree. I thought I saw someone post that at least one medical provider in the Lakeside area accepts Medicare. Anyone remember who that was? My search through the archives was unsuccessful. I'm guessing the coverage in question is a Medicare Part C coverage ... anyone know for sure how it would work Lakeside? To clarify, we want to hedge our bets by maintaining Medicare coverage in case we don't love living in Lake Chapala. (I'm ready to go whole hog but husband is more cautious. :)) But I'm wondering how to have coverage
I have my Mexican address on file with most state and US government agencies (I didn't want jury duty etc). I have had no problem - I receive my Social Security. I currently receive Blue Shield health insurance as part of a retirement package but when I turn 65 next week I will be eligible for Medicare and things change. I have opted to sign-up with Medicare Part B and my current Blue Shield Health Insurance converts to a Medicare Part B supplemental insurance. Now I know that Medicare does not cover services outside the USA. I have separate health insurance coverage for Mexico. However,