New to Medicare – Getting started
If you have visited the Medicare.gov site, you click on the page “Getting Started with Medicare“, the first paragraph reads:
“Whether you’re new to Medicare, getting ready to turn 65, or preparing to retire, you’ll need to make several important decisions about your health coverage. If you wait to enroll, you may have to pay a penalty, and you may have a gap in coverage. Use these steps to gather information so you can make informed decisions about your Medicare.”
Simply Put We’ll Translate for You
We are Medicare Experts. We take it seriously and have the patience to help you know Your Medicare options.
There are Medicare Parts and Medicare Plans.
Yes, there are 4 Parts and 10 Plans, and you will understand each, so you are confident making your best decision.
We thoroughly walk you through the four parts and the 10 Supplemental plans and you will understand the difference.
We help with the What, When, Where and How
What? The Medicare 4 Parts and 10 Plans:
- Original Medicare Part A and Part B
- Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C)
- Part D (Prescription Drug Plans)
- 10 Medicare supplement Insurance plans
- Turning 65
- Under age 65 with certain disabilities
- Retiring employer plan, OR you are covered under Spouse plan
Where? Easy enough,
- From the comfort of your home
- Schedule a phone interview
How? Your phone and computer
- We conduct online meetings (if you have computer access)
- Online meeting covers the parts, plans and options
- If you decide an option, we will help you enroll online
Specializing in you
At first Medicare may be overwhelming. Our goal is for you not to feel alone and for you to understand Medicare and your options.
We dedicate the time you need so you can smile and say,“we love it and we know what we want”.
“Live your life with confidence knowing you have selected the best plan for your Medicare insurance coverage”, this is Our goal.