By Jake Clark

RetireMEDiQ strives to keep individuals informed about the latest Medicare news. Each month, we recap the top information consumers need to know about recent developments in the Medicare industry and how it may affect you. The Coronavirus Impact: Special Coverage We have been diligently following the news to capture changes to Medicare during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. To help keep

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Mental health can be a heavy burden for those of us who haven’t been able to seek the help we need. Fortunately, there are more resources available now than in the past. Thanks to Medicare’s improvements and technology that has made resources more accessible, you can receive the necessary support for a variety of conditions. According to the CDC, at

By Jake Clark

The nation’s response to the coronavirus pandemic has included a stay-at-home order for many families across our region. The intent is to keep the disease from spreading too fast and straining medical providers, but how does this impact your access to medications and medical care? We’re sharing the latest updates, and our team will continue to provide the most current

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Becoming ill during a stressful time, like during a global pandemic, can certainly be a natural cause for concern. One way to combat worry is to better understand what would happen IF you became ill and needed medical care and access to medications. Being familiar with what your plan covers will help you feel prepared for what comes your way,

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As the world reacts to the coronavirus pandemic, scammers are taking advantage of fear and vulnerability to get cash, credit card details, and secure personal information. Leading corporate security and individual consumer protection agencies note that scams and phishing attempts almost always increase under times of pressure, and the coronavirus pandemic is no exception.  Fear + Confusion = A Perfect

By Jake Clark

What is the Coronavirus & How At-Risk Are You? The novel coronavirus, also called COVID-19, has dominated headlines across the world for weeks. With the constant onslaught of information from nearly every source available, RetireMEDiQ wants to help you best understand the coronavirus and how it may impact you regarding your retirement health care coverage and important decisions about your

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Health Care defines preventive services as routine health care that includes screenings, check-ups and patient counseling to prevent illnesses, disease or other health problems. The idea behind preventive services is to screen and actively defend against certain issues you could potentially have in the future. Sometimes, when you have one health issue, it can snowball into other kinds of health

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Understanding your medical bill can often be a challenge. While some bills can feel straightforward, like a bill for a visit to your doctor’s office, and others much more complex, like a surgical bill, it’s important to review all of the charges. It doesn’t happen often, but it is possible that you could receive an incorrect bill, and we’re here

By Jake Clark

March Medicare Must-Knows RetireMEDiQ strives to keep individuals informed about the latest Medicare news. Each month, we recap the top information consumers need to know about recent developments in the Medicare industry and how it may affect you. Medicare Will Cover Coronavirus Testing Coronavirus has been dominating headlines across the country this month, and our news is no exception! Coronavirus,

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), shingles affects around one million Americans annually, and adults 60 years and older account for approximately 1 case per 100 each year. Shingles is a viral infection stemming from the virus that causes chickenpox. It often appears in the form of a deeply painful rash. Individuals who have had chickenpox