Getting Medicare Plans That Fit Your Health Concerns

Medicare?

Are you or someone you know turning 65?

Or have you already turned 65? Are paying too much? Wanting to expand your options with Medicare?

You can switch your Medigap/Supplement at any time during the year and may get substantial savings on the same plan. You may have to answer a few health questions to qualify. But, why not try? You may save money!

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We are able to search for Medicare plans That Fit Your Health Concerns and Budget:

Medicare Supplements

Medicare Part C Advantage Plans

Medicare Part D Rx Plans

You DO have options! And We Can Help Navigate That Maze of Options With You.

You DO need to be informed! And we can help get you the information you need to make a wise choice.

You DO matter as an individual.

We can help you choose a  policy to fit your specific needs and wants.

What do these services cost you? Our services are always FREE to you as our valued client. You can find us at our established business office location during business hours if you have questions after the sale.

Medicare Supplement Explained:

A Medicare Supplement Insurance policy, sold by private companies, can help pay some of the health care costs that original Medicare doesn't cover, like co-payments, coinsurance, and deductibles.

Medicare Part C Advantage Plan Explained:

A type of Medicare health plan offered by a private company that contracts with Medicare to provide you with all your Part A and Part B benefits. Most Medicare Advantage Plans offer prescription drug coverage. 

Medicare Part D Rx Plans Explained:

Medicare Part D, also called the Medicare prescription drug benefit, is a United States federal-government program to subsidize the costs of prescription drugs and prescription drug insurance premiums for Medicare beneficiaries.

Medical Agent

**Ohio law 3901-8-09 prohibits unsolicited contact with Medicare Beneficiaries

Unless you have an established business relationship with that agent. If you respond to official-looking postcards in the mail, then you establish a business relationship. The only permitted contact with Medicare Beneficiaries is direct mail—your mailbox will be full. Be very careful, many of the agents that call you might be from out of our area and do not provide any service for you if you are in need of help!

You can complain to the Ohio Department of Insurance

at (800) 686-1527 with info on the caller, e-mailer, Door to door agent, or any other unsolicited contact trying to sell you Medicare-related products.