Finding a Medicare plan that meets your needs the best can sometimes feel complicated, but you should be aware of all your options before you make a final decision. If you need Medicare explained before you decide on your healthcare, you have come to the right place. Please take a minute to watch my video on deciding whether to choose a Medicare Advantage plan or stay on original Medicare with a Medicare supplement plan.
Comparing Medicare Plans
There are different parts of Medicare to choose from: Part A, Part B, Part C, and Part D. The ultimate decision will be to decide if you want an Original Medicare Plan (Part A and B) with a Medicare supplement plan or a Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C). Part D provides prescription drug coverage and is usually offered with a Medicare Advantage plan, but you will need to enroll in a Part D plan if you choose Original Medicare.
Each plan offers its own benefits and coverage, as well as its own premiums and other out-of-pocket costs. When we compare Medicare options for you, we look at everything you want and need in a plan to show you who offers the coverage you need at the price you want. When we find the right fit for you then the real work begins! Finding the right insurance carrier at the right price.
Comparing Medicare Advantage Plans
Medicare Advantage Plans, also known as Medicare Part C, serves as an alternative option for Original Medicare. Although Original Medicare by offering you the same coverage as Original Medicare. Part C also provides coverage for dental, vision, hearing, and prescription drugs. However, you must be enrolled in Part A and Part B before you can become eligible to switch.
There are multiple Medicare Advantage Plans to choose from, but you have to be within the service area to enroll in the plan. That’s why we look at everything available to you based on your wants and needs.
If you want to switch from Original Medicare to a Medicare Advantage Plan, speak with a licensed Medicare agent to determine which plan is right for you.