It’s crucial to understand the ins and outs of Medicare and Medicaid—especially when it comes to assisted living. Here’s what you need to know.
Many people turn to long-term care insurance. However, this type of coverage isn’t for everyone. Here are SIX alternatives to long-term care insurance.
“If I qualify for Social Security Disability since I’m unable to work, would I be able to keep my Medicaid benefits?”
If you’re unable to work due to a serious illness, you may think that Social Security Disability will be the answer to all your troubles. However, it can often be less simple than that.
Did you know that your state can recover certain expenses paid by Medicaid benefits for adults over 55 who received long-term care? Toni King explains.
Joanna Van Hollebeke is a patient financial advocate at Swedish Medical Center Seattle who helps under-insured or uninsured patients with their medical bills.
Joanna Van Hollebeke at Swedish Medical Center Seattle talks about Medicaid and seniors.