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"Medicare Advisors has been advocating for our customers since 2014. Our business model is based on personalized customer service and integrity, with clients and within our team. Medicare Advisors has developed a vibrant culture of the industry's most seasoned insurance service and sales professionals. We are dedicated to your protection and helping you leave a lasting legacy. We take pride in our one-on-one service. Our Agents are able to place policies with all the major Health & Life insurance companies. We have great relationships with these companies, and our staff will help you navigate this often- complicated area of insurance. We will work with you to find the right policy and the best plan, one that fits your needs. We are professional Insurance Advisors for Medicare Advantages, Medicare Prescription drugs Part D, Medicare Supplements, Life Insurance & Funeral Expenses.”

Medicare is a federal health insurance program created in 1965 that provides benefits to American citizens and permanent legal residents (of at least five continuous years) aged 65 and older, or who have a qualifying disability or illness.

Today, Medicare provides health benefits to over 60 million people, regardless of their income, medical history, or current health. The program has several parts that help beneficiaries pay for services, including hospitals, medical treatment, preventive care, prescription drugs, and more.

Most people are automatically enrolled into Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, when they become eligible; however, some people need to manually enroll in Medicare. Medicare Part A is hospital insurance; Medicare Part B is medical insurance.

Medicare beneficiaries can choose to have Original Medicare (Parts A & B) or apply for additional benefits through private health insurance companies. These plans include Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, and stand alone prescription drug plans. When enrolling in a private health plan, you can either enroll directly with the carrier of your choice or with a CMS-appointed health insurance marketplace like Medicare Advisors Insurance Group, where our licensed insurance agents can recommend a plan that is right for you.

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"Medicare Advisors has been advocating for our customers since 2014. Our business model is based on personalized customer service and integrity, with clients and within our team. Medicare Advisors has developed a vibrant culture of the industry's most seasoned insurance service and sales professionals. We are dedicated to your protection and helping you leave a lasting legacy. We take pride in our one-on-one service. Our Agents are able to place policies with all the major Health & Life insurance companies. We have great relationships with these companies, and our staff will help you navigate this often- complicated area of insurance. We will work with you to find the right policy and the best plan, one that fits your needs. We are professional Insurance Advisors for Medicare Advantages, Medicare Prescription drugs Part D, Medicare Supplements, Life Insurance & Funeral Expenses.”

Medicare is a federal health insurance program created in 1965 that provides benefits to American citizens and permanent legal residents (of at least five continuous years) aged 65 and older, or who have a qualifying disability or illness.

Today, Medicare provides health benefits to over 60 million people, regardless of their income, medical history, or current health. The program has several parts that help beneficiaries pay for services, including hospitals, medical treatment, preventive care, prescription drugs, and more.

Most people are automatically enrolled into Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, when they become eligible; however, some people need to manually enroll in Medicare. Medicare Part A is hospital insurance; Medicare Part B is medical insurance.

Medicare beneficiaries can choose to have Original Medicare (Parts A & B) or apply for additional benefits through private health insurance companies. These plans include Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, and stand alone prescription drug plans. When enrolling in a private health plan, you can either enroll directly with the carrier of your choice or with a CMS-appointed health insurance marketplace like Medicare Advisors Insurance Group, where our licensed insurance agents can recommend a plan that is right for you.

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Choosing A Plan

Buying life insurance is not like any other purchase you will make. When you pay your premiums, you’re buying the future financial security of your family that only life insurance can provide. Among its many uses, life insurance helps ensure that, when you die, your dependents will have the financial resources needed to protect their home and the income needed to run a household. Choosing a life insurance product is an important decision, but it often can be complicated. As with any other major purchase, it is important that you understand your needs and the options available to you.

We can help you make sense of your options to fill this important need. Plan availability varies by state and by insurance company and your agent will review all of these factors with you. The main types of life insurance available are term and permanent. Term insurance provides protection for a specified period of time. Permanent insurance provides lifelong protection. To learn more about term and permanent insurance click on the appropriate button at the top of this page.

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PARTS OF MEDICARE

The types of Medicare programs are often referred to as Part A, Part B, Part C, and Part D. Here's a rundown of what each "Part" is about.

Medicare Part A is hospital insurance. Part A covers inpatient hospital care, limited time in a skilled nursing care facility, limited home health care services, and hospice care.

Medicare Part A typically doesn’t cover the full amount of your hospital bill, so you will probably be responsible for a share in the cost. You will also have to pay a deductible before Medicare benefits begin. Medicare will then pay 100% of your costs for up to 60 days in a hospital or up to 20 days in a skilled nursing facility. After that, you pay a flat amount up to the maximum number of covered days. Your Medicare Part A benefits cover some of the costs for a total of 90 days in a hospital and 100 days in a skilled nursing facility.

Medicare also covers up to 60 “lifetime reserve days.” These are days you stay in a hospital longer than 90 days in a row. You get a lifetime total of 60 reserve days.
Medicare Part B is medical insurance. Part B benefits cover certain non-hospital medical expenses like doctors’ office visits, blood tests, X-rays, diabetic screenings and supplies, and outpatient hospital care. You pay a monthly premium for this part of Original Medicare. The fee can be higher for people with high incomes. A different government program, Medicaid, can help cover Medicare Part B premiums for low-income beneficiaries.

Medicare Part B beneficiaries are usually responsible for a portion of their health care costs. You’ll have to pay a small deductible each year before your Medicare Part B benefits kick in, and then you’ll generally pay 20% of the bill when you go to a participating Medicare doctor. Medicare pays the full cost of many lab tests and services requested by your doctor.
Medicare Part C, or Medicare Advantage, insurance often includes every type of Medicare coverage in one health plan. It’s offered by private insurance companies contracted through CMS to provide a Medicare benefits package as an alternative to Original Medicare. Medicare Advantage is optional, but to obtain this private insurance, you must also have Original Medicare, Part A and Part B. You also continue to pay your Part B premium if you have a Medicare Advantage plan. Browse Medicare Advantage plans.

While Medicare Advantage plans are required to provide all Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B benefits (except hospice care), plans can also include different additional benefits, which vary among the individual private health insurers. Many Medicare Advantage plans include prescription drug coverage. Some plans might have a lower deductible, while also allowing you to pay a smaller share of the remaining costs. Medicare Advantage plans may even cover certain health care services that Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, does not cover, like eye exams, hearing aids, dental care, or health care received while traveling outside the United States.
Medicare Part D is optional prescription drug coverage. Medicare Part D is available as a stand-alone plan through private insurance companies, and the monthly fee varies among insurers. You will share in the costs of your prescription drugs according to the specific plan in which you’re enrolled. Those costs can include a deductible, a flat copayment amount, or a percentage of the full drug cost (called “coinsurance”).

Browse Medicare Part D plans If you want prescription drug coverage, you can get it through a Medicare Advantage plan if there’s one in your area that offers this coverage. You can use the simple form on this page and enter your zip code to view a list of Medicare Advantage plans in your area. If you have limited income and cannot afford your medications even though you receive Medicare Part D benefits, you may qualify for the Extra Help program, which offers financial assistance for your monthly premium, deductible, copayment, or coinsurance.
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