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Medicare Advantage Plans
The Medicare Advantage Plan Network of Agents is dedicated to helping you find the perfect plan for your healthcare needs.
We represent a number of Medicare Advantage Plans & Medicare Supplements. Our team of local advisors will help you better understand how they work, so that you can find the best plan to meet your needs.
Working with a local advisor makes sense because they know your market and specialize in your area. They know the provider networks, and they know the local plans inside and out.
For more information about available Medicare Plans, contact us today
A personalized Approach
Our successful business model partners with local Independent Medicare Insurance agents to provide them with the infrastructure and training they need to help people like you with Medicare insurance.
When you work with The Medicare Advantage Plan team you will be working with a local representative in your area. Your agent is an experienced licensed agent who has gone through all the compliance training, carrier certifications, background checks and fingerprinting.
As your agent, they will help you make the hard calls and get the answers when challenges arise. And since there aren’t any fees associated with using an Independent Medicare Agent, it’s one of the best financial decisions you’ll ever make.
What are Medicare Advantage Plans?
When first enrolling in Medicare and during certain other times throughout the year, you choose how to receive your coverage. The two primary ways to receive Medicare include Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage.
- Original Medicare includes hospital insurance, also known as Part A, and medical insurance, also known as Part B. If you need a prescription drug plan, you join a separate Medicare drug plan, also known as Part D, or a Medicare Supplement.
- Medicare Advantage is also known as Part C, and it’s an all-in-one alternative to Original Medicare. Bundled Medicare Advantage plans include everything listed above (Part D is optional), but also offer extra benefits like hearing, dental, vision, and more.
By working with one of our local agents virtually or in-person, we will provide the information needed to make an informed decision. We will help you fully understand your options, how much your coverage costs and what doctors are available.
Your agent will sit down with you, compare different plans, and ensure you fully understand all of your options. This means you have the final word on the quality of your care.
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Benefits Of Medicare Advantage Plans
There are a number of other potential benefits to choosing an Advantage Plan:
- Medicare Advantage Plans are bundled plans that must include all Part A, Part B, benefits offered by original Medicare and most will include Part D drug coverage.
- Medicare Advantage plans provide financial protection with maximum out of pocket limits, not offered by Original Medicare.
- You have the freedom to choose doctors within the plan’s network.
- Most Advantage plans offer extra benefits not offered in Original Medicare, including dental, vision, hearing and more.
- More freedom to customize your health care to your unique needs.
How much do Medicare Advantage Plans cost?
Medicare Advantage plans may offer $0.00 premium plans with some being much more expensive depending on the plan and where you reside.
When calculating how much you will pay out-of-pocket for Advantage plan coverage, you should also consider the following:
- The copays for services
- The type of healthcare services you need
- How often you require healthcare services
- MOOP – The maximum out of pocket ( the most you can spend on covered medical services in one year)
Clients often ask us to explain the difference between deductibles, coinsurance, and copayments. Here is a brief definition of each:
- Deductible – The amount you pay before Medicare, your drug plan, or another insurance begins to pay.
- Coinsurance – An amount you may have to pay as your share of the cost for services. Usually this amount is a percentage, example 20%, 40% etc.
- Copayment – A dollar amount you may be required to pay as your share of the cost for a medical service or supply. This may include a visit to the doctor, a prescription drug, or a hospital visit.
Important note: Pre-existing conditions do not apply to Medicare Advantage plans.
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Do your agents earn commissions from plans or customers?
There is NEVER a fee charged to the consumer for agent services. All of our network agents earn commissions from the carriers.
The commissions are regulated by the Center of Medicare and Medicaid services, a federal agency. This regulation creates a level playing field for all plans to compete for your business. The compensation paid to the agent is standardized ensuring they have your best interest in mind.
For more information, talk to one of our agents today. They’re just a quick search and click away.