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Shopping for insurance can be a very overwhelming process; there are so many options, abbreviations, and strange jargon that many times it feels like you are reading something other than English. How do you know you are getting what you actually need? Is it enough coverage? What is the plan that is right for you? Let us take the guesswork out of choosing what plan is right for you by having one of our licensed insurance agents sit with you and go over all your options. We are affiliated with most major carriers in the area and will take the time to ensure we match you with the carrier that is right for you and your specific situation.
We will arrange an in-person appointment where ever and whenever is most convenient for you. We also provide individualized customer service, so feel free to reach out to your agent for any questions you might have after you sign up.
Here are some of the types of plans we can offer you:
• Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs)
• Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs)
• Private Fee For Service (PFFS)
• Point-of-Service (POS) plans.
• MediGap / Medicare Supplement Policies
• High-Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs)
If you are ready to make an appointment, or need to speak to someone for additional information and guidance, please feel free to contact us.
Medicare Advantage plans are typically referred to as Part C plans, they offer all the benefits you would receive through Original Medicare (Part A and B), but many times offer additional benefits as well. Medicare Advantage plans are also known as MA plans; if the MA plan also offers Prescription Drug benefits it is known as an MAPD, or Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plan. MA or MAPD plans are offered through private insurance companies, that are regulated by CMS; it is important to note that your benefits would be administered through the private company rather than Medicare. By signing up for a Medicare Advantage plan you do not lose your Medicare Part A and B, you simply receive your benefits through the plan. To find out more click here.