Medicare Open Enrollment is October 15- December 7
October 15 to December 7 is when ALL people with Medicare can change their Medicare health plan and prescription drug coverage for 2016. Information on 2016 plans will be available beginning in October. People with Medicare can call 1-800-MEDICARE or visit www.medicare.gov for plan information. If a person is satisfied that their current plan will meet their needs for next year, they don’t need to do anything. We are happy to offer NO COST education sessions to help you make your Medicare decisions.
When choosing to replace Medicare or a supplement to Medicare, knowing your options is very important. There are pros and cons to all possibilities. Some plans include prescription drug coverage, dental and vision benefits. Other programs offer more freedom of choice and have no networks. Speaking to a Medicare Insurance professional is always a right decision.
We can help if you need to apply for Medicare.
You will be given a complete explanation of Medicare and shown all the plans available to you in your area on Medicare.gov
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Education is the priority. We will show you all options available to you directly from the Medicare website where you can compare them all in one place and eliminate the confusion of seeing multiple sales pitches.
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Help pick up where Medicare leaves off
Medicare divided into four parts:
Part A helps pay for a portion of an in-hospital stay.
Part B helps pay for doctors’ visits/medical hard goods/medical processes and procedures.
Part C replaces Medicare and covers some things Medicare does not cover. i.e., vision and dental.
Part D helps pay for prescriptions.
Many parts of Medicare carry shared cost or premiums.