There are 3 ways we can help make Medicare Enrollment easy for you.
- We help you understand Medicare A & B. Then if you’re not yet enrolled, we can show you how.
- We help you understand the difference between Traditional Medicare and Medicare Advantage, and then show you how to find the most affordable drug coverage.
- Finally we can show options for you to get the most out of Medicare that meet your healthcare needs and budget. We can even show you options to help with dental, vision, telemedicine, and even gym memberships.
You are free to choose the plan that’s right for you, and remember there is absolutley no cost or obligation for our service
To make it easy, we’ve created a no obligation 15 minute Intro To Medicare Quick Start Consultation by phone or computer, that’s convenient to use, and custom designed to guide you through the enrollment process. You’ll meet live with a licensed insurance agent in Texas with a company that has over 15 years of experience in the Medicare field.
When do I need to enroll?
What is the difference between Medicare Advantage and Traditional Medicare?
Medicare Advantage is a program that was designed to save money for the federal government. When you enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan, you actually disenroll from Traditional Medicare as your primary insurance provider. The Medicare Advantage plan you choose becomes your primary medical insurance and is responsible to meet all your medically necessary care. Medicare Adantage plans typically have a specific provider network you must use for care and will not pay for services outside of network. In addition, Medicare Advantage plans typically have a max out of pocket stop loss of somewhere around $7000 per year in the case of a major illness or medical emergency.
Traditional Medicare is a program established by the Social Security Administration to pay for the medical care of seniors (those above the age of 65 and disabled) Traditional Medicare allows you to go to ANY DOCTOR, OR HOSPITAL that takes medicare and you choose your provider.