Learning about Medicare
Medicare Supplement Insurance Medigap Plans
Original Medicare Part A and Part B covers approximately 80% of your Medicare approved Medical expenses and limited Hospitalization coverage. A Medicare Supplement (also known as Medigap Plan) will help you cover those expenses. Our most popular Medigap Plans are Plan F, Plan G, and Plan N.
Medicare covers 80% of Medicare-approved expenses.
of total healthcare costs
New To Medicare? Part A and Part B
Turning 65? Welcome to your Medicare Years!
Most Americans become eligible for Medicare at 65, while some may become eligible due to Medicare approved disabiliy or ESRD.
How do I Sign Up for Medicare?
Signing up for Medicare online might be easier than you think. By using the SocialSecurity.gov Medicare Enrollment Form* you can apply for Medicare and check your application status online.
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Medicare Advantage Part C
What is Medicare Part C?
Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans are optional Medicare plans available to people already enrolled in both Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B.
Medicare Advantage Plan Options
Health Maintenance Organizations normally require referrals from primary care physicians and treatment by specialists and hospitals within the plan’s network.PPO
Preferred Provider Organizations allow you to use doctors, hospitals, and providers outside the plan’s network at additional cost.PFFS
Private Fee-for-Service Plans generally allow you to visit any doctor or hospital Original Medicare would allow you to visit, as long as the doctor or hospital agrees to treat you. A PFFS plan can require you to follow strict rules and determines how payments are to be divided between the PFFS and the patient.MSA SNP
Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Coverage
What is Medicare Part D?
Prescription Drug plans offered under Medicare Part D provides prescription(Rx) benefits to people enrolled in Medicare.