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Since the Balanced Budget Act of 1997, outpatient therapy under Medicare Part B has been subject to dollar limits, or caps.[1]  During most of these 20 years, an “exceptions” process has allowed beneficiaries and providers to seek coverage above the caps.  The exceptions process expired December 31, 2017.  Although legislation to repeal the therapy caps … Read more

In last week’s Alert, we posed 10 questions to ask before deciding between traditional Medicare and a Medicare Advantage Plan. This week we discuss what your answers may mean. Do you qualify for payment assistance or have access to other coverage through any of the following… Medicare Savings Program? Part D Low Income Subsidy? Employer/Military/Other … Read more

The Center for Medicare Advocacy was pleased to attend, exhibit and present at this year's national SHIP and SMP conference. Pursuant to a Target Population Grant from the Administration for Community Living (ACL), the Center is working to enhance outreach and education for younger Medicare beneficiaries.  At the conference, we discussed progress and next-steps in … Read more