Medicare Health Plans.

Navigate your options, compare, and enroll stress-free.

Choosing a Plan
That's right for you

It doesn't matter if you are new to medicare or switching plans choosing a plan can feel like a big task. However, we make it easy to compare plans, see prices, and benefits to help you determine which plan is right for you.

Your Medicare Plan Options

Medicare Supplements

Get help paying for Medicare costs like deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance with Medigap plans. Choose from multiple insurance carriers. Visit any doctor, specialist, or hospital that accepts Medicare.

Advantage Plans

Combine hospital and medical insurance—and often other coverage like dental, vision, and fitness memberships—with Medicare Advantage (Part C). Choose from HMO or PPO plans to get the provider flexibility you need.

Prescription Plans

Make sure your medications are covered with stand-alone Part D Prescription Drug Plans (PDPs). Choose from a range of plans with different deductible, premium, and coverage-limit options. Have the peace of mind that medication costs won’t overwhelm you.

Medicare

Medicare is the public and federal health insurance within the US healthcare system for elderly or disabled citizens. Any citizen over the age of 65, any citizen with a recognized disability, and any citizen with acute renal failure requiring permanent dialysis or kidney transplantation may be eligible for Medicare.

There are four “parts” to your Medicare benefits:

Part A: Your Inpatient/Hospital Plan
Part A (also called Original Medicare) is managed by Medicare and provides Medicare coverage for is your nursing care and hospital stays, although not doctors’ fees and expenses. Part A also covers some home health services, skilled nursing care after a hospital stay and hospice care.

Part A is also free of charge for most people as long as they have worked at least 10 years in the U.S.

Part B: Your Outpatient/Medical Plan

Part B is optional. It provides outpatient/medical coverage. Medicare Part B includes coverage for services like doctor office visits, lab tests, diagnostic imaging, preventive care, surgeries, ambulance rides, X-rays, ambulance services and blood transfusion.

Many of these procedures and processes may happen in a hospital. However, they fall under Part B because doctors provide them, so it’s not always easy to distinguish between what is inpatient vs outpatient care.

You may be wondering if you really need Part B. The answer is YES if Medicare will be your main coverage or only coverage.

Part C: Your Private Insurance Option

Part C plans are offered through private insurance companies and approved by Medicare such as our agency.

They are also called Medicare Advantage or Medicare Health plans. To be eligible for a Part C plan, you must first enroll in Medicare A and B.

The benefits of Part C plans is that you get medical services that are not covered by Plan A and B such as vision and dental care, if you sign up with our agency you also get prescription drug coverage.

Medicare Part D: Your Prescription Drug Plan

Medicare Part D, also called the Medicare prescription drug benefit, is an optional program to help Medicare beneficiaries pay for prescription drugs, specifically the ones that are self-administered.

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