Medicare should be easy, not confusing. The following information can help you understand how Medicare works, and how to consider your choices. I can explain. With this knowledge you can start to think about how you want to receive you medical and drug plans through Medicare.
Medicare Part A (Hospital Coverage).
Medicare Part B (Doctors and Outpatient Services)
Medicare Part C. (Also known as the Advantage Plan)
Medicare Part C Special Needs Plans.
Medicare Part D drug plan
Medicare Supplement Plans are also known as Medigap Plans.
One big question is where do you go for answers you can trust now, and in the future? A good broker will be available to help you with any questions you may have about your plan, doctors or any changes you might need. At Welch Insurance, our many years of experience with Medicare have always been about our clients benefit, at no cost or obligation.
Have a chat with Roy about your present needs or to compare your present Medicare Insurance Plan to those that are available to you. There is no cost or obligation.