What to Look for in a Medicare Advantage Plan

By rocky

Many Medicare beneficiaries choose to enroll in a Medicare Advantage Plan, in addition to Original Medicare, for the extra coverage. If you take prescription drugs or want to cap your out-of-pocket expenses, then Medicare Advantage may be a great option for you. To speak with a licensed sales agent about your Medicare choices, call 888-738-6356 (TTY: 711), Monday –Friday, 6am – 5pm PT.

When shopping for a new Medicare Advantage plan, there are some key factors to take into consideration:

1. Doctor and hospital networks
Most Medicare Advantage plans have provider networks, meaning you will pay more if you go to a doctor or hospital outside of the covered network. If you have a preferred doctor, specialist or hospital, it’s important to make sure that they are in-network…

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Medicare Enrollment Dates You Should Know

By rocky

It’s important to know the different Medicare enrollment periods so that you don’t miss your chance to get Medicare coverage. Also, there can be penalties if you wait too long to sign up!

Initial Enrollment Period
This is the first time you can sign up for Medicare. The 7 month period begins 3 months before your 65th birthday month, includes the month you turn 65, and continues the…

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What is Medicare Supplement Insurance?

By rocky

In addition to the 4 parts of Medicare, you should also know about another insurance option that is available to you –Medicare Supplement coverage. Below is the basic information about Medicare Supplement coverage, but if you’d like more details, please call a licensed CareZone sales agent at 888-738-6356 (TTY: 711).

The Basics of Medicare Supplement Plans

Medicare Supplement plans,…

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The 4 Parts of Medicare

By rocky

The first step in making a wise Medicare decision is to make sure you understand the basics before you are eligible to enroll.

You’ll be eligible to enroll three months before your 65th birthday, the month that you turn 65, and the three months after your birthday, during what is called the Initial Enrollment Period.

Once eligible, you’ll need to enroll in Original Medicare, also…

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