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The only plan that offers no out of pocket is a Medicare Supplement (Medigap) Plan F. This means you pay a fixed monthly premium and whatever Medicare approved charges are not paid by Medicare, Plan F will pay 100%.
Great question. The answer is Medicare Advantage plans are administered by a Private insurance Company. The Government (Medicare CMS) pays them a monthly fee to manage your Medicare in addition to what you pay. You are then left with co-payments for most of the services you receive up to a maximum out of pocket of $6700+.
No you do not have to take Medicare at 65. You automatically get Part A at 65 except in special circumstances. Part B you have to sign up for and it has a premium of $134/month for the average American. You do not have to take Part B if you are your spouse will continue working and receive Employer benefits. Check with your company HR Department to ensure they offer your group plan past 65.
It depends on what choice you make. If you choose to stay on Original Medicare Part A and Part B with a Medicare Supplement the answer is most likely yes. Medicare and Medicare Supplements do not have Networks. If any Physician in the U.S. accepts Medicare, which is 97%, then you can use your Medigap Plan. Medicare Advantage Plans are based on Networks so you must ensure that the plan you choose includes your Physicians. This is becoming increasingly difficult as more and more providers are opting not to contract with Medicare Advantage Networks.
Hands down they are the better product. You pay one monthly premium, just like you have your entire life, and then you pay ZERO out of pocket. Not even an Employer Group Plan does that!
You don't need one, but if you want an extra $5000-$7000 in benefits that Medicare and Medicaid don't offer you should consider it. You do not pay a penny for anything including the plan or care...just like you do now. You get a lot of extra benefits that you probably could not afford if not for the plan providing them for free.
Sure, you can do it on your own. Make the wrong choice and you might regret it for life. If you go to court you use a lawyer? If you build a house you use a contractor? Why would you leave your health choices up to fragmented information when you can get free help. Not even a lawyer or contractor will offer you that.
No matter what your question, we have you covered. Medicare doesn't have to be complicated and we make sure of that. Call us today with your questions.
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“I spoke with Carrie and she was very professional. Carrie helped me save over $600/year for the same Plan G I was already on just by switching me to a different company. The best part is I kept all of my same benefits”.
“I was at a loss on how to sign up for Medicare when I saw Mark’s video on YouTube. I decided to give him a call and in 15 minutes all of my worries were gone. Mark got me on a Medigap Plan I could afford and checks in on me every year”.