Which Plans Can I Choose From?

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    Original Medicare
    Medicare Part A and Part B make up what is known as Original Medicare. This government-run program covers many, but not all, health care services for people 65 and older.
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    Medicare Supplement Plans
    Also known as Medigap, these insurance policies help cover out-of-pocket expenses not covered by Original Medicare such as deductibles and coinsurance.
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    Medicare Advantage
    These private insurance plans act as an alternative to Original Medicare. They must offer the same coverage as Parts A and B, but many include additional coverage, such as dental and vision.
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    Part D Plans
    Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage is provided through private insurers. Monthly premiums and drug costs depend on the plan you choose.

How the Process Works

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    Compare, Build, & Price
    We will review your options with you and help you build a plan that meets your needs and budget.
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    Get Free Help Enrolling
    Once you decide on a plan, we will help you through the enrollment process to get you covered right away.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is Medicare so confusing?
Medicare is a large federal program with a lot of moving parts. Some plans are provided by private insurers, and there are countless combinations of plans to choose from. A licensed insurance advisor can help you navigate your options.
How do I get a Medicare card?
If you are automatically enrolled because you are already drawing Social Security benefits, you will receive your card three months before your 65th birthday or your 25th month of drawing disability benefits. If you enroll online, by phone or at your local Social Security office, you’ll receive your card in the mail.
Does Medicare cover dental and vision?
Original Medicare, Parts A and B, do not cover dental and vision. But a Medicare Advantage plan (Part C) may cover them. You should ask about the coverage your Part C plan offers before you purchase it.
What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid?
Both Medicare and Medicaid are administered by the same federal agency, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Medicare is a federal health insurance program for people 65 and older, or younger than 65 if they have a disability. Medicaid is a joint state and federal program that provides health insurance coverage to people with very low incomes.
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