Seniors have unique Medicare insurance needs. Bearing that in mind, we’ve hand-picked the dozens of insurance companies that we work with in order to best meet those needs.
Our team of licensed senior medical agents have access to dozens of carriers, meaning you can choose the plan that’s right for you. Need a hand deciding?
Because Original Medicare coverage (Part A and Part B) has limitations, many people purchase supplemental insurance policies that are specifically designed to cover some of the gaps. Available to apply 365 days a year. These supplemental insurance policies, called “Medigap” or sometimes referred to as “Medicare Supplement” policies, are sold by private health insurance companies, not the federal government.
Often referred to as Part C, a Medicare Advantage Plan (MA Plan) is an additional health plan choice offered to those eligible for Part A and Part B to provide additional coverage.
Depending on your eligibility, an MA Plan may provide benefits such as:
Dental Coverage • Vision Coverage • Caregiver Counseling and Training • Housekeeping • Prescription Drug Coverage
Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plans
Part D, also called the Medicare Drug Benefit, is a federal program to subsidize the costs of prescription drugs for Medicare beneficiaries in the United States.
What is Open Enrollment?
The typical period of open enrollment, also called the annual enrollment period (AEP), is October 15th through the first week of December, approximately 7 weeks. Millions of Americans are shopping for and purchasing Senior Medical products during this time. We encourage you to being the process early to give yourself ample time to make the most informed decision.
Call today to have a no-obligation discussion with one of our Senior Medical professionals. We can provide you the best quote for the top plans to fit your needs.
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