There’s always something to talk about when it comes to Medicare. Sometimes, the best discussion don’t come from us, but from you! We had a lot of good feedback during the past week on the Medicare World Facebook page. So we decided to highlight some of our most popular posts and comments below.
Our article titled House Passes Bill to Improve Medicare Part B discusses a bill that will help Medicare payments for home infusion services, preventing gaps in care for beneficiaries while also helping patients with chronic diseases receive easier access to treatments, and help protect access to prosthetics for Medicare beneficiaries who need them.
Pat Slate commented on our Facebook post, starting with, “Medicare needs big improvements.” Slate continues to talk about the health struggles she’s dealt with personally while being on Medicare.
Joseph Willinger also commented, talking about how this is proof that Medicare does in fact work and how Medicare for all is the best option for us all.
Our article, UPDATE: Obamacare Repeal Fails, Medicare Safe for Now, is an update on the ever-changing standing on the attempts to repeal Obamacare. The back and forth can get confusing, but our followers have a lot to say about it.
Janice Colenso and Gallo LV voiced their frustrations in their comments.:
We talked about the history of Medicare in honor of it’s 52nd birthday in Happy Birthday Medicare. Francine Plowman and Bonnie Rochelle had opposing opinions about Medicare in the comments.
Everyone had something to say about the “Trump Tweets Hint Healthcare Battle Far from Done” article. Whether it was simply about Trump and his tweeting habit or about the repeal on the Affordable Health Care Act, there was a comment for it.
What is Single-Payer Healthcare? opened up conversations between our followers about what would best benefit our healthcare system moving forward in the future.
The news on Medicare Part D Premiums to Decrease had some people feeling thankful, while others like Gloria Echols asked questions like, “Am I supposed to be happy about saving $14.14 a year?”
The conversation doesn’t end here. Make sure to us on Facebook to share your opinion on Medicare-related topics that are important to you and stay informed.
The new Medicare Plus Card saves you up to 75% on things not covered by Medicare
Medicare doesn’t cover everything. Luckily, those on Medicare can now start saving on out of pocket expenses like prescription drugs, dental, vision, hearing, and more. Over 1 million people have already received their free Medicare Plus Card.