Contact a licensed insurance broker or agent today for help exploring your Medicare Advantage plan options. Here are five benefits of working with a broker.
If you want to compare your Medicare Advantage plan options today, you can call to speak with a licensed insurance broker or insurance agent. You can also compare Medicare Advantage plans online for free, with no obligation to enroll.
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Licensed insurance agents can be useful resources
The licensed insurance agents at MedicareAdvantage.com can help you compare a number of plans that may be available where you live. Insurance brokers can help you find a Medicare Advantage plan to fit your individual needs.
There are several reasons why it can be beneficial to shop for Medicare insurance with the help of a broker.
One-stop shopping If you shop for Medicare plans on your own, you may have to contact each insurance carrier separately to inquire about their plan options.
By leveraging a broker, you can have multiple plan options laid out in front of you at once to more easily compare your choices.
Expert help When you call an insurance agent from MedicareAdvantage.com, you’ll speak to a representative who is licensed to sell Medicare plans that are available where you live.
Consumer protection Medicare insurance plans can be full of terms and conditions. A broker can help you better understand the terms of your plan.
Enrollment assistance Licensed insurance agents can walk you through the Medicare enrollment process and help ensure that your coverage is properly implemented.
Relationship building At some point in the future, you may wish to re-address your Medicare coverage and switch to a new plan based on your changing health care needs.
If that day should come, you can work with licensed agents who are familiar with your Medicare coverage history and understand your unique health coverage needs.
You may have several types of Medicare Advantage plan options
Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) is provided by the federal government. Medicare Advantage plans are sold by private insurers and can be obtained through a broker.
Medicare Advantage plans (also called Medicare Part C) provide the same coverage as Original Medicare, and many Medicare Advantage plans may offer some additional benefits, such as coverage for dental care, prescription drugs and more.
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