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Medicare Plans Offered
Medicare Advantage Plans
Medicare Advantage Plans, also called “Part C,” is an “all in one” alternative to Original Medicare, providing ‘bundled’ plans, which covers Parts A & B, and more.
Medicare Supplement Plans
New to Medicare? We help you enroll in Advantage, Supplement, and Prescription Plans. Get started with the help of our insurance professionals today!
Medicare Prescription Plans
You will be able to enter your prescriptions and pharmacy to get the best match plan. We’ll estimate out-of-pocket spending to help you save.
Do You Know What Plans You Need?
Generally, different Medicare plans help cover specific needs. You may be familiar with the four types of Medicare (A, B, C, & D), but do you know which covers which of your needs?
If you are unaware of the nuances of how these four plans interact, combine, or preclude one another, we recommend you work with a Medicare professional to help you navigate the often complicated path of covering all your health needs with the assortment of plans. You can request a consultation below.
Overview of Medicare Parts A, B, C, & D
Part A – Hospital insurance, which covers most medically necessary hospital, skilled nursing facility, home health, and Hospice care.
Part B – Medical insurance, which covers most medically necessary doctor services, preventative care, durable medical equipment, hospital outpatient services, laboratory diagnostic testing, X-rays, mental healthcare, and some ambulance services.
Part C – Also called Medicare Advantage Plans, Part C covers what Parts A and B cover, only it is through private health insurance providers that follow rules set by Medicare. They often include a prescription plan (Part D) within it.
Part D – Outpatient prescription drug insurance, which covers medically necessary outpatient drug costs. This is handled by private providers that contract with the government.
Original Medicare or Medicare Advantage?
When it comes down to it, what you’re ultimately choosing between Original Medicare (Parts A & B), on one hand, or Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C), on the other. What you choose between these two dictates what you’ll need in addition to the base benefits of each plan.
Here’s a quick overview of how these two compare:
Original Medicare + Supplement Plan
- No co-pays but higher premiums
- Choose your doctors
- Referrals are not necessary
- Some services not covered (e.g. vision and hearing)
- Coverage anywhere in the United States
Medicare Advantage Plans
- Has co-pays but generally has lower premiums
- Generally restricted to network
- Referrals to specialists are often necessary
- Often includes extra benefits (i.e. prescription, hearing, fitness)
- Emergency services only outside of service area
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the open enrollment period for Medicare?
Medicare open enrollment for 2021 spans from Oct. 15 to Dec. 17. During this time, you can make changes to your Medicare health and drug coverage that will take effect on January 1st, 2022.
How do I sign up for Original Medicare?
There are four options for signing up for Medicare:
- Get help at your local Social Security office.
- Apply online at www.ssa.gov.
- You can mail a signed and dated letter to Social Security that includes your
- Social Security number, and
- the date you would like to be enrolled in Medicare
- Calling Social Security at 800-772-1213
When can I enroll in Medicare for the first time?
Generally, 3 months prior to your 65th birthday begins your Initial Enrollment Period, and it ends 3 months after that same day.