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However, here are the answers to some of the most common questions we get about Medicare and insurance brokers.
The federal Medicare program is a health insurance program for individuals 65 years of age or older or under 65 with permanent disabilities. The federal government runs the program, and it is the largest health insurance program in the United States. There are four parts to Medicare: Original Medicare (Part A and Part B), Medicare Advantage (Part C), and Medicare Part D for prescription drug coverage.
Medicare Advantage plans are an alternative to Original Medicare, also known as Part C. Medicare beneficiaries can purchase these plans from private insurers that have contracted with the program. Everything covered by Original Medicare will be covered by a Medicare Advantage plan. It also typically comes with additional benefits such as coverage for prescription drugs, vision, and dental care.
Private insurance companies offer Medigap (also known as Medicare Supplement Insurance) plans. You still remain enrolled in Original Medicare, but Medigap, as the name implies, fills in the gaps. The advantage of Medicare Supplement Insurance is that your out-of-pocket costs will be lower than with a Medicare Advantage plan.
Many Medicare beneficiaries prefer a Medigap plan because it gives them more flexibility in choosing doctors and hospitals.
A Medicare broker is an independent agent that specializes in helping people enroll in Medicare. A broker can help you understand your options and enroll in the plan that best meets your needs. On the other hand, insurance agents represent a specific insurance company and can only sell you the plans offered by that company.
When shopping for Medicare coverage, it's important to work with someone who has your best interests in mind. At Medigap Seminars, our team of Medicare supplement agents is here to help you navigate the complex world of Medicare and find the right coverage for you.
A Medicare broker can help you understand your Medicare options and enroll in the plan that best meets your needs. A broker can also help you compare different plans and find the one that offers the best value for your situation.
When you work with a Medigap Seminars broker, you can be assured that you are getting unbiased advice and service. We are not tied to one insurance company, so we can offer objective advice to help you choose the right coverage.
Experience - A deep knowledge of the Medicare system is critical when choosing a broker. Make sure to ask about a potential broker's experience with enrolling people in Medicare. At Medigap Seminars, our expertise is in one area, and we don't offer auto or life insurance as some of the bigger companies do.
You'll also find that we regularly update our articles and YouTube videos to provide you with the most up-to-date information on the Medicare landscape.
Objectivity - It's important to work with a broker who is not tied to one insurance company. This way, you can be sure that you are getting unbiased advice regarding Medicare products.
Service - A medical insurance agent should be both compassionate and able to answer all your questions. Our agents are passionate about helping you find a plan tailored to your requirements.
Reviews - Be sure to check out reviews of potential brokers before making a decision. You can find 5-star testimonials for Medigap Seminars on our Reviews Page and on third-party sites like BBB and Yelp.
You can contact a Medicare broker at any time. However, we would suggest the best time is before you turn 65 or if you are thinking about changing your current plan. You should be aware that you may have a limited time to enroll in a Medicare plan, so it's important to start the process as soon as possible.
The easiest way to find an independent Medicare broker near you is to contact Medigap Seminars. We have a team of brokers ready to help you understand your Medicare options and enroll in the best plan. We operate in all 50 states, so we can help you no matter where you live.
It's in our best interest to provide our customers with unbiased advice. We are not tied to one insurance company, so we can offer objective advice to help you choose the proper coverage. You'll see from our many testimonials that our customers have been happy with the service and advice they've received from us.
If your situation changes and you need to switch plans, our team can also help you with that process. We can help you understand your new coverage options and enroll in the plan that suits your current situation.
No, you do not pay any extra fees for using a Medicare broker. The insurance companies that offer Medicare plans pay commissions to the brokers who enroll people in their coverage. These commissions are built into the price of the plan, so there is no additional cost to you.
Working with an independent Medicare insurance broker is the best way to find the right coverage for your needs.
The first step is to set up a free consultation with one of our brokers. We will ask you questions about your situation and coverage needs during the consultation. We will then provide you with information about the different Medicare plans that are available. Once you have chosen a plan, we will help you enroll in the coverage.
- Assisting with enrollment - A broker can help you understand the enrollment process and ensure that you enroll in the right plan.
- Answering your questions - A broker can answer your questions about Medicare and help you find the information you need to make the best decision about your coverage.
- Educating you about your options - A broker can educate you about your Medicare coverage options and help you compare different plans.
- Medical underwriting - A broker can help you with the medical underwriting process and help you find a plan that you can get approved for.
- Building a relationship - There may be times when you need to talk to someone about your coverage or make a change to your coverage. A broker can help you with both of these things and build a relationship with you so that you feel comfortable working with them in the future.
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If you are new to Medicare by just turning 65 or simply new to Medicare Part B, or if you have an existing Medicare Supplement and due to recent price increases want to know if it’s an overpriced Medicare Supplement, we can help.
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