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Many Medicare Advantage plans provide comprehensive coverage

 Medicare Advantage Plans
(Part C)
Original Medicare
(Parts A and B)
Prescription Drug Plans
(Part D)
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Hospital coverage

(hospital expenses, hospice care, skilled nursing)

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Doctor and outpatient coverage

(doctor visits, outpatient care, preventative services)

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Prescription drug coverage

(prescription drugs from multiple tiers)

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Dental and vision coverage

(dental exams, eye exams, glasses)

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Annual out-of-pocket maximum

(never pay more than a pre-determined annual amount)


General disclaimers

Partner/Agency is a licensed and certified representative of Medicare Advantage HMO, HMO SNP, PPO, PPO SNP and PFFS organizations and stand-alone PDP prescription drug plans. Each of the organizations they represent has a Medicare contract. Enrollment in any plan depends on contract renewal.

The plans we represent do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. To learn more about a plan’s nondiscrimination policy, please click any of the Nondiscrimination links above in the Health plan disclaimers section.

This information is not a complete description of benefits. Call 1-833-406-2050 (TTY:711) for more information


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Initial Enrollment Period 101:
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The Initial Enrollment Period (IEP) is your chance to sign up for Original Medicare around your 65th birthday. It’s a seven-month period that starts three months before your birthday month and ends three months after your birthday month. If you enroll before your birthday, your coverage begins on the first day of the month you turn 65. Enroll in a Medicare plan during this period to avoid any potential late enrollment fees. Here are some other questions you might ask yourself about the IEP.

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What are the different types of Medicare and what do they cover?

  • Medicare Part A: Inpatient care (hospital, hospice, skilled nursing facility).
  • Medicare Part B: Preventive services, ambulance services, and more.
  • Original Medicare: Part A and Part B combined.
  • Medicare Advantage (Part C): Run by private insurers; covers Parts A and B plus potentially additional benefits like vision and dental coverage.
  • Medicare Supplement (Medigap): Helps fill in any Original Medicare gaps, including copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles.
  • Prescription Drug Coverage (Part D): Generic drugs and drugs on a tiered basis (call for more information).
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Do I have to sign up for Medicare right now?

You are entitled to Medicare once you turn 65, but not required to enroll. The Initial Enrollment Period is a good time to enroll in a Medicare plan. You’ll avoid potential late enrollment fees and start receiving benefits around your 65th birthday.
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When will my coverage start?

Depending on when you enroll, your coverage start may vary.
  • If you enroll within the three months before your birthday month, your coverage starts on the first day of your birthday month.
  • If you enroll during your birthday month or the three months that follow, your coverage will be delayed. Call for more information.
It’s better to enroll early in the IEP to avoid any delay in your coverage.
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What if I still have coverage through work?

If you still have coverage through work, talk to your health administrator to see if and when you should enroll.
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What if I’m already getting benefits from Social Security or the Railroad Retirement Board (RRB)?

You most likely wouldn't have to enroll in Medicare if you already receive Social Security benefits or the Railroad Retirement Board. If you’re getting these benefits, in most cases, you’ll automatically get Part A and Part B starting the first day of the month you turn 65.

Medicare provides a wide variety of plan options—we can help decide which is best for you and your specific needs!


Medicare Advantage
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