Your New Medicare Card Is On It’s Way!

Q. Why is the Medicare Card changing? When will we get the new card and will it be plastic? A.  The new card is to help stop Identity thief and Medicare fraud. The social security number will be replaced with random numbers and letters. New cards will start being mailed out in April of 2018 and […] Read more…

65 Years Old is Still Young!!

How old is old? World Health Organization (WHO) had declared that 65 years old is still young. Before based on the Friendly Societies Act  (1875) in Britain, old was defined by the age of 50. The UN has not adopted a standard criterion but lately 60 years old was referred to as the border age […] Read more…

Life Insurance…Don’t wait another day!

PLEASE, PLEASE, if you don’t have Life Insurance or NOT enough, or if you are paying too much, then Let’s have a Conversation! I just purchased more to protect my Loved ones and I will be able to use it while living to cover Long Term Health costs if I have a Chronic or Critical […] Read more…

Traveling Abroad

IMG Travel Insurance is the best way to protect your trip investment from the unexpected. We realize that traveling is an exciting experience and anything can happen while you are away from home. Call us today for a quote (909) 792-330 Read more…

Medicare Advantage Plans Serve 20 Million Americans

In 1997, the federal government created the Medicare + Choice program later renamed Medicare Advantage to enhance consumer choice and more efficiently deliver Medicare benefits to older Americans. You many have heard of Medicare Advantage, but maybe you don’t know exactly what it is, what it offers and how it can help you. Today, Medicare […] Read more…

New Medicare ID Announced

To address the risk of medical identity theft, Section 501 of Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) mandates the removal of the Social Security Number (SSN)-based Health Insurance Claim Number (HICN) from Medicare ID cards. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) uses HICN with multiple parties including Medicare providers and […] Read more…

The Government Will Fix This Medicare Mistake Next April

Social Security numbers must be removed from Medicare cards by April 2019. New cards will come in the mail starting next April. Don’t put your number down on routine medical forms. Would-be thieves will soon have one less avenue to use to snare your Social Security number. Medicare has been the odd holdout among health […] Read more…