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Fearless Caregiver Conference West Broward

A few photos from the Fearless Caregiver Conference in Cooper City, Florida!

The Medicare & You eHandbook


Have you signed up yet to get your “Medicare & You” Handbook electronically?

Don’t wait — the eHandbook is a great way to get Medicare information faster, with all the same information as the printed version. Plus, when it’s updated, you’ll always have the most recent information just a click away, including cost changes. The eHandbook is searchable too, so you can find the information you need quickly.

Sign up by May 31CMS will send you an email in the Fall letting you know that the new “Medicare & You” eHandbook is available.







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Medicare’s Preventive Services


An easy and important way to stay healthy is to get disease prevention and early detection services. Disease prevention and early detection services can keep you from getting certain diseases or can help you find health problems early, when treatment works best.

Talk with your doctor or health care provider to find out what tests or other services you may need, and how often you need them to stay healthy. 


Medicare Preventive Services

This official government booklet addresses:

    • What is disease prevention and why it’s important
    • Which preventative services Medicare covers and how often
    • Who can get services






Staying Healthy

This publication gives an overview of Medicare’s covered preventive services








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National Medical Biller’s Day

March 28, 2019 – Mobile Physician Services would like to thank and recognize the importance of our team’s Medical Billers who provide billing and related service to doctors and healthcare providers and are a vital segment of the healthcare industry.

Take charge of your health!

The myhealthfinder provides you with personalized recommendations for clinical preventive services based on your age, sex, and pregnancy status. You may enter the information for yourself or someone you are caring for.



The myhealthfinder recommendations come from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) as advised by organizations including the American Academy of Pediatrics (through the Bright Futures cooperative agreement) and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (formerly the Institute of Medicine). The Affordable Care Act requires most insurance plans to cover these preventive services at no cost to you.

The myhealthfinder tool is maintained by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) in collaboration with the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).

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VOTE: TBT Best of the Best

The Tampa Bay Times Best of the Best is happening now! Cast your vote for Mobile Physician Services today!

Category: Health & Wellness – Best Physician: MOBILE PHYSICIAN SERVICES

How to vote:

Go to

  • Choose the Health & Wellness category, For Best Physician type in Mobile Physician Services, and fill in your email address.
  • Once you complete the registration form, you are ready to vote.
  • You may vote daily – once per day, per category.
  • The ballot records your votes as you go – there is no “submit” button.
  • Deadline to vote is April 7, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.
  • Best of the Best Award Winners will be announced in the Tampa Bay Times on Sunday, June 9, 2019 and displayed online for a year.

    View/Download TBT Best of the Best Flyer

    March is National Kidney Month

    Chronic kidney disease is a serious condition, affecting more than 30 million adults in the United States, yet people in the early stages may not have symptoms. If you have diabetes, high blood pressure, or a family history of kidney failure, you are at risk for kidney disease.

    DON’T WAIT. 

    Start the conversation with your health care provider by asking these 3 questions 

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    National Kidney Month

    Celebrating 13 years serving Florida


    Mobile Physician Services – Celebrating 13 years of service in Florida.

    Mobile Physician Services (MPS) brings the doctor’s office to the comfort and convenience of your home. We specialize in delivering primary and specialty medical care for medically complex, chronically ill, and homebound patients. We take the time to get to know you – and provide care to address all of your needs. MPS is a Medicare-approved provider, and we accept most insurance plans and self-pay. 

    MPS was established in 2006 to fill an unmet need for medical care among patients who were unable to leave their homes or who had difficulty getting to a physician’s office. Often these patients had complex chronic conditions that required ongoing medical care. Without proper care, their condition would worsen, and the patients eventually would require emergency care or admission to a hospital – at a high cost to both patients and payers.

    At MPS, our approach centers around providing ongoing primary care with specialty services as needed. This enables us to monitor patients’ conditions and address problems before they become urgent, reducing the need for emergency care and hospital admission and improving patients’ quality of life.

    Headquartered in New Port Richey, Florida, our practice continues to grow each year. In addition to providing in-home services, we also work with assisted living facilities and hospitals to provide ongoing or post-procedure care.

    (855) 232-0644


    Glaucoma Awareness Month

    Glaucoma is a leading cause of vision loss and blindness in the United States. People are often unaware that glaucoma has no symptoms in its early stages.

    If detected early, before noticeable vision loss occurs, glaucoma can usually be controlled and severe vision loss can often be prevented. Vision that is lost from glaucoma cannot be restored.

    Anyone can get glaucoma, but those at higher risk include:

    • African Americans over age 40
    • Everyone over age 60, especially Hispanics/Latinos
    • People with a family history of the disease

    You could have Glaucoma and not even know it. Don’t wait until you notice changes to your vision. If you’re at higher risk for glaucoma, visit an eye care professional for a comprehensive dilated eye exam at least every one to two years. For more information about Glaucoma click here.


     Source: National Eye Health Education Program (NEHEP)