Medicare is pricey and it isn’t perfect, but the three proposals most often offered to make it less costly may not work, a new study says.
A first-ever glimpse at health care billing shows hospitals charge wildly different prices for the same procedure.
New Medicare rules may push higher earners into paying more. But if you think you’re being wrongly charged, then appeal.
More than 10,000 boomers are turning 65 every day and becoming eligible for Medicare. Some of them are making serious mistakes when they sign up.
Raising the age for Social Security and Medicare puts an unfair burden on those who have physically demanding jobs.
Minor inconveniences become major as you age. You need either money to hire assistance or someone to do it for free.
The FBI estimates that in 2012, the cost of Medicare fraud ranged from $75 billion to $250 billion.
Combining health care reform and technology shows results in the fight against Medicare and Medicaid fraud.
Making the community more responsive to the problems of recently discharged Medicare hospital patients can save lives and money.
Raising the age of Medicare eligibility isn’t likely to happen because it won’t keep us from going over the “fiscal cliff.”