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Medicare is intricate, but it doesn’t have to be. Working with an agent can make sure you don’t fall through the cracks. We’ll make sure you know the ins and outs of your plan so you do not end up with gaps in your coverage. And we’ll provide ongoing support if you have a question or claim.

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When Can I Enroll in Medicare?

The first time you can enroll is called your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP), which is a 7-month time frame. It begins 3 months before the month you turn 65, includes the month you turn 65, and ends 3 months after the month you turn 65. For example, if your 65th birthday were in the month of May, you would be eligible to enroll February 1 – August 31st.

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Is Part A and B Enough?

Medicare Part A covers hospital and skilled nursing facility stays, hospice care, and some home health care costs. Medicare Part B helps to cover doctors’ appointments, as well as services, preventative and specialty services, outpatient care, home health care, and some medical equipment.

In addition to parts A & B, you should have a prescription drug plan (Part D). If you have gaps in coverage and would like a Medicare Supplement plan, that is also an option available to you.

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Do I Have to Have a Part D?

Medicare Part D is also known as a Prescription Drug Plan. It is a requirement for every Medicare-eligible person to have a Prescription Drug Plan, which can be purchased through private carriers.

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What is a Medicare Advantage Plan?

Private carriers offer Part C plans, also known as Medicare Advantage Plans, which offer all the benefits covered under Original Medicare (parts A and B) and more. You can select from HMOs, PPOs, Private Fee-for-Service, and Medicare Medical Savings Account (MSA) Plans. In order to join a Part C Plan, you need to be first enrolled Medicare Parts A and B.

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