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Medicare Supplement Plans
You may have also heard them called Medigap Plans. These plans are lettered and supplement Original Medicare (Parts A & B). Depending on which you choose, Medicare Supplement plans are generally very comprehensive. If you have a Medicare Supplement plan, you would obtain Prescription Drug coverage separately.
Part C Medicare Advantage Plans
A Medicare Advantage plan is a way of getting your Part A and B benefits. These plans could start at $0 per month, depending on your area. You generally have a network of providers, prescription drug coverage may or may not be included, and the plan may include extras, such as some dental, vision, and hearing benefits.
Part D Prescription Drug Plans
A Prescription Drug Plan helps cover the costs of prescription drugs. You will generally have a deductible and co-payment, along with other cost-sharing measures. Each plan may cover different drugs at different prices. We are here to help you decipher which plan is the best fit for you.
Your Medicare health plan, like other health plans, will not cover everything. Dental, vision, long-term care, and other supplemental policies are available to help protect your health and budget. Does one of these plans make sense for you? We will ask you questions that help you decide.
Do you or your HR Director have employees that are Medicare eligible? You sent out the Medicare notice, but your employees likely need more guidance. Since we have a strong understanding of Employee Benefits, we are able to guide your employees through this time in a specialized way. Our Senior Solutions program has you covered. Let's design a solution that gives your employees confidence and peace of mind.