When it comes to choosing a Medicare plan, different factors need to be considered before that ultimate decision is made. This is where we can help.
When we compare Medicare options for you, we look at everything you want and need to show you who offers the coverage you need at the price you want.
What to look for in a Medicare plan
Each part of Medicare offers different benefits and coverage options. You should already have in mind what type of coverage you’re wanting, but you should also be aware of which carrier will offer you that coverage for the best price. Some plans offer more benefits for a higher premium, while others provide less for a lower premium. This is where you should decide if it’s worth spending more to receive extra coverage or stick with a lower premium.
You should also be aware of what healthcare coverage your doctor accepts, or if the plan you want requires you to choose a primary care doctor within their specific network.
Choosing a Medicare Supplement Plan
There are ten different supplement plans to choose from. You will only be given the option to select one if you enroll in Medicare Part A and Part B. These plans are used to help cover the costs that Part A and Part B do not cover. Overall, the decision on a supplement plan will ultimately depend on the coverage and premium payment you’re wanting.
Choosing a Medicare Advantage Plan
If you want the same amount of coverage as Original Medicare, plus more including dental, hearing, and vision, you might want to consider a Medicare Advantage Plan. You need to determine if you need the added benefits or should stay with Original Medicare.
Premium payments can also be as low as $0.