Medicare Advantage Plans give you Part A, Part B and Part D coverage in one convenient plan.
Special needs plans offer additional benefits depending who the plan is for and what their Healthcare or budget needs are and can include: Dental, Vision, Transportation, Credit to Buy Everyday Health Items and more.
These Plans are often referred as the 5A Plans, because for an affordable monthly premium these plans can allow you to go to: Any Doctor, Any Specialist, Any Hospital, Anytime, Anywhere, the 5A’s **
Not connected with or endorsed by the U.S. Government or the federal Medicare program.
A Part D, or often referred to as Prescription Drug Plans, can help pay for most Medicare-covered prescription drugs. This plan may be used along with original medicare and with medicare supplement insurance plans.Â But you can also get Part D drug coverage in a standalone Medicare prescription drug plan.
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We work with each person’s unique needs. You can be under 65 years old and have Medicare and Medicaid, 65 -70 and be eligible for Medicare for the first time or already on Medicare with Supplemental coverage. We help you understand and guide you every step of the way.
If you are new to Medicare, turning 65, retiring, moving, qualify for assistance, or have another qualifying situation, you may be eligible to enroll in a plan 3 months prior to your DOB or 3 months after your DOB.
You can always Enroll during AEP (Annual Enrollment Period) Usually from October 15th â€“ December 7th.
Finally You Can Enroll During SEP (Special Election Period) Which can be triggered by a Life Event – Retirement – Loss of Income – Death of Spouse – Moved Out of the Service Area.
>Â BY MAIL – (most secured) We process all via Delivery Confirmation Priority Mail via USPS or FEDEX
>Â BY PHONEÂ – Call Us Direct 469-777-2123 at any time from 8am to 8pm 7 days a week
> You will need your Primary Care Provider’s name and Address your Medicare ID Number to enroll.
>Â Your Medicare ID Number and Your Hospital Part A and Medical Part B Effective Dates.
>Â Finally, If You Receive Medicaid – We will Need Your Medicaid Number.
Step 1 > Request a 5 Minute Consultation with Advisor Via Chat, Facebook, Telephone or Email
Step 2 > Receive a USPS priority Mailer Direct to Your Address
Step 3 > Follow Instructions Included or watch video Click here
Step 4 > Return Information in PRE-PAID Envelope
Step 5 > Wait for a Call from the Insurance Carrier with In 5 to 10 Days
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AÂ medicare supplement insuranceÂ (Medigap) policy, sold by private companies, can help pay some of theÂ health careÂ costs that original medicare doesnÂ´t cover, like copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles.
Some medigap policies also offer coverage for services that original medicare doesnÂ´t cover, like medical care when you travel outside the U.S. If you have original medicare and you buy a medigap policy, medicare will pay its share of the medicare-approved amount for covered health care costs. Then your medigap policy pays its share.
A medigap policy is different from a medicare advantage plan. Those plans are ways to get medicare benefits, while a medigap policy only supplements your original medicare benefits.
Have your red, white and blue Medicare ID card available when you enroll. If you donâ€™t have your red, white and blue Medicare ID card available, contact the Social Security Administration (SSA) at 469-777-2123 (TTY). Ask the SSA for your name that appears in their records and your Medicare Part A and B effective dates.
Before you start, make sure you have this information:
Date of birth
A Medicare Supplement insurance plan helps cover the costs that are left unpaid after Medicare Parts A and B pay their portion of your healthcare expenses. Unlike a Medicare Advantage plan, which is an alternative to your Medicare Parts A and B benefits, a Medicare Supplement plan is purchased in addition to your Medicare Parts A and B benefits.
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In most cases, Medicare is a federal health insurance program for people 65 years old or over and for certain disabled people under 65 years of age. You are automatically enrolled in Medicare hospital insurance (Part A) when you apply for Social Security benefits â€“ usually upon
reaching 65 years of age. Part A covers inpatient care in a hospital or a limited stay in a skilled nursing facility. Part B covers physician and outpatient hospital services. The premium you pay for Part B is deducted from your Social Security benefits.
Medicare pays for many healthcare services and supplies, but it doesnâ€™t cover all of your healthcare costs. For example, you pay a deductible for each hospital stay and coinsurance anytime you use the services of a physician or surgeon. Also, drug coverage is limited. Because
Medicare rarely pays the full cost of covered services, you may want to consider a Medicare Advantage or Medicare Supplement insurance plan.
t insurance plan helps cover the costs that are left unpaid after Medicare Parts A and B pay their portion of your healthcare expenses. Unlike a Medicare Advantage plan, which is an alternative to your Medicare Parts A and B benefits, a Medicare Supplement plan is purchased in addition to your Medicare Parts A and B benefits.
There are many things to consider when deciding on a Medicare Plan. Each person has unique needs. You can be under 65 years old and have
Medicare and Medicaid, 65 -70 and be eligible for Medicare for the first time or already on Medicare with Supplemental coverage and need to keep up with the changes. We work with each persons individual needs and budget. We help you understand and guide you every step of the way.
We work with several trusted, highly rated carriers to supply you with the coverage and peace of mind that you have the best health coverage
based on your needs.
If you already know what you want and would just like us to let you know what we can offer, we got you covered there too. Whether is just to let you know what plans are available in your area or to get you a quote with one of our carriers, were here!