When you’re eligible for Medicare, there are many Medicare Insurance Options to consider. Choosing the option that will work for you requires to take into consideration all your medical needs, for instance, what doctors or hospitals you go to, or what prescription drugs you use. Let us help you choose the plan that fits your needs and budget.
Medicare Advantage Plans combine Hospital (Part A), Medical (Part B) and often Prescription Drugs (Part D) coverage into one convenient plan. They may also include extra benefits, such as hearing, vision and fitness benefits.
Medicare Supplement Plans pay for medical expenses like copays, coinsurance, or deductibles that are not covered by Original Medicare. You can choose any doctor, clinic or hospital that accepts Medicare.
Medicare Part D
Medicare Part D Plans provides prescription drug coverage. You can get it as a stand-alone plan or as a part of a Medicare Advantage Plan. Part D plans will save you money when filling your prescriptions, especially at a preferred pharmacy.
We do not offer every plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area.
Please contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all of your options.
Did you know?
Many people don’t get Medicare Part A and B automatically and have to sign up for it, for example at a local Social Security office. In most cases, it depends on whether you’re getting Social Security benefits.
Medicare insurance consists of different parts; Part A, Part B, Part C and Part D. We put all the pieces together for you so you understand how they are related and work together. This is the first step before choosing a medicare advantage or medicare supplement plan.
Before you choose a Medicare insurance plan, it is essential to make sure your doctor is in your plan’s network.
Making sure your medication is covered is another important thing to consider when buying Part D plan or Medicare Advantage Plan that includes drug coverage (MAPD).
If Medicare is too confusing, you can always appoint someone you trust to help you choose a Medicare plan. The person can also assist you with other Medicare-related matters, such as billing or claim questions.
Medicare claim forms can be sometimes difficult to understand. We are here to help you.
Speak with a licensed insurance broker to learn more or buy a Medicare Insurance Plan.