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Medicare Insurance Coverage and Benefits

If you are 65 or older, or have a disability, you may qualify for the governments Medicare plan.  While this program helps with medical expenses, it does not cover long term care.  If you are interested in finding a supplementary plan to Medicare, we can help you.

iStock_000008524667XSmall-1_optSupplementary Medicare plans are available to your through private insurance companies.  You have the options of joining a Medicare Advantage plan or a Medigap plan.  Both have variables like age or disability. These policies cover things that Medicare doesn’t, such as extra days in the hospital after you have used the number of days that Medicare covers.

 If you need to find a supplementary policy, we can certainly help.  We have connections to local insurance companies in your area who are ready and willing to compete for your business.

Just fill out the form at the top of the page, and within minutes, you will have a list of Medicare insurance quotes that you can choose from.  Pick the policy that is right for you at a price that you can afford.

You will never have to worry about hospital bills or wonder if you have the best coverage around.  Our affiliate insurance companies are the best in your area and they will work to find the coverage that will serve you and your family best.

Medicare Advantage plans include:

  • Medicare managed care plans;
  • Medicare preferred provider organization (PPO) plans;
  • Medicare private fee-for-service plans; and
  • Medicare specialty plans.

If you decide to join a Medicare Advantage plan, you use the health card that you get from your Medicare Advantage plan provider for your health care. Also, you might have to pay a monthly premium for your Medicare Advantage plan because of the extra benefits it offers.

People who become newly entitled to Medicare should enroll during their initial enrollment period (as explained under Signing up for Medicare) or during the annual coordinated election period from October 15 – December 7 each year. The effective date for the enrollment is January 1 of the upcoming year. There also will be special enrollment periods for some situations.