Whether you're becoming eligible for Medicare for the first time or looking to your options at another point in time, we're here to hold your hand and help make a cost-effective decision. You do not need to be affiliated with one of our employer clients to work with us for Medicare.
Given the complexity of the industry and the number of options that are available to Medicare beneficiaries, it's vital that you find someone you're comfortable working with. We hope that you feel that's us!
We have several licensed experts who can walk you through the entire process regardless of your situation. We will explain how Medicare works, how to sign up for Medicare, how much Medicare will cost you, and what additional plans make the most practical sense for you based on your personalized desires and conditions. If you decide to apply for Medicare and use our Agency for additional costs, we'll take you step-by-step through the enrollment.
A Medicare Advantage plan can be a great option for many types of people. These plans typically include a provider network, deductibles for some services, copays for other services, and prescription drug coverage. Many of these plans also include some coverage for dental, vision, and hearing, as well as over-the-counter items. There are many options through many insurance companies. It's vital to find a plan that best works for you.
We help our clients build onto Original Medicare with a variety of Medicare Supplement plans offered through private insurance companies. These are standardized plans, meaning the benefits are not different regardless of which carrier you purchase from, however, there are some different value-added programs. We primarily offer Plan F, Plan G, and Plan N through both Anthem and AARP/UHC.
Prescription Drug Plans
The majority of the clients we work with are taking at least one medication regularly. Whether you have just Original Medicare or Original Medicare with a Medicare Supplement, you should consider obtaining prescription drug coverage that can help offset your out-of-pocket costs. There are many options through many insurance companies. It's vital to find a plan that covers your medications appropriately.