Mark Miller says Medicare’s fix will raise premiums, but could improve care.
We’re running a primer on BoomerCafé on how to enroll in Medicare once you’re 65. This part is about prescription drug coverage, called “Medicare Part D.” There are tricky choices to be made.
Not long ago on BoomerCafé, you had the chance to share something that every baby boomer either already has dealt with, or is start to now, or will have to deal with: Medicare. Here is a primer for Medicare Part C.
We might be living active lifestyles … but while that softens the march of time, it doesn’t stop it: more baby boomers every day are turning the magical age of 65, the time for sorting out Medicare.