Each month, Medicare World takes a look at the latest news and trends that are important to Medicare beneficiaries. Here’s our report to start off the month of December.
November 2020 was a busy month for Medicare news. Our country is changing every day with the global health crisis of COVID-19 and the 2020 Presidential election. Medicare World will keep you updated on everything you need to know during this time.
This month, we covered:
- The first COVID-19 vaccine could be administered as soon as December 11!
- Coronavirus is hitting nursing homes at an alarming rate.
- Will seniors be first in line to get the COVID-19 vaccine?
- New COVID-19 surge alarms the nation, but what’s next?
- How will President-Elect Joe Biden change Medicare?
- What are Nancy Pelosi’s priorities for Medicare over the next four years?
- Will Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell finally come together on a COVID-19 relief bill?
- Trump pushes ahead with plans to lower Medicare drug prices.
- Medicare’s changing in 2021. Here’s what you need to know about new things to come.
- Here are your 2021 Medicare Part D costs.
- Could Medicare be cutting your Part B therapy services?
- Here are the 2021 Medicare cost increases you need to know about.
Medicare open enrollment
- Here are the three top Medicare enrollment myths you need to know about.
- See these three signs you need to switch to a new plan during Medicare open enrollment.
- Avoid these top 5 Medicare open enrollment mistakes!
- Don’t be the typical Medicare beneficiary: compare your coverage today!