IG Living Blog

Dedicated to bringing comprehensive healthcare information, immune globulin information, community lifestyle and reimbursement news.

Posted on 3. August 2017

How Medicare Covers Home Health Services

Home healthcare benefits covered by Medicare for patients that are homebound. [More]
Posted on 20. July 2017

A Zebra at Disney

The Immune Deficiency Foundation’s (IDF) National Conference helps patients and their families through education and research, while providing them with a wonderful social setting to interact with one another, physicians and sponsors. [More]
Posted on 6. July 2017

How Medicare Works with Other Insurance

This article explains the importance of coordinating benefits between private insurance and Medicare. [More]
Posted on 15. June 2017

How to Lower Your Medicare Drug Costs

You can lower your Medicare prescription drug costs by utilizing various programs designed to help patients. [More]
Posted on 18. May 2017

California, Here We Come

The Immune Deficiency Foundation will hold its National Conference in Anaheim, Calif., Thursday, June 15, through Saturday, June 17. The conference offers patients and their families a chance to create a schedule of events that will fit their interests and their physical limitations by offering multiple sessions and activities. [More]
Posted on 4. May 2017

New Medicare Help for People with Chronic Illness

In recognition of the difficulties patients with multiple chronic illness face, Medicare added a new benefit called chronic care management, or CCM. This program provides additional payments to doctors and other providers to help patients live with chronic disease. [More]
Posted on 20. April 2017

IG Living in the Workplace - “I Own It!”

Peter Atherton, in his blog “I Own It,” explains his philosophy on making a career work with a chronic illness [More]
Posted on 6. April 2017

How to File a Complaint Against Your Medicare Drug or Health Plan

Greg Dill explains to readers how to file a complaint against Medicare drug or health plans when they are have difficulty getting medications their physicians have prescribed. [More]