What you need to know about how to select a Medicare Broker.
- A Medicare Broker will offer different plans for you to compare.
- If you talk with a company salesperson, they are a captive agent, they only know their plans and are paid the same commission as a broker.
- The broker is compensated by the company you choose through the broker.
- There is no cost for using a broker.
- A broker should support you throughout the year when you have questions.
How does Welch Insurance guide you through the maze of Medicare Insurance Plans?
- We get to know you and your situation.
- We explain how Medicare Part A, Part B, Part C, Part D, and Medicare Supplement Plans work together.
- We do a thorough needs analysis to help guide you.
- There will be questions that will help Welch Insurance guide you to plans that fit your needs.
- What are your medications?
- Who are your present doctors?
- How much flexibility do you want within your plan?
- What hospital do you prefer?
- Do you have a pharmacy you like to use?
- Do you have a medical condition that should be considered?
- Are additional benefits such as dental, gym membership, vision, and others important to you?
Questions to ask a Medicare Broker when selecting.
- Do they offer Medicare Supplement Plans exclusively or do they offer Part D prescription drug Plans and Medicare Part C Advantage Plans?
- Does the broker only offer Medicare Supplement Plans and leave it up to you to find a Part D prescription drug plan, or a Part C Advantage Plan?
- Do they offer only a few plans for your consideration?
- Do they lead you to a plan before they understand your needs?
If you are looking for a Medicare Broker that has been helping people with Medicare for over 15 years and works with, you consider Welch Insurance. There is no cost or obligation for our services, and we keep our clients updated on any changes. We have a process that helps you decide which plan fits your needs. Visit our Medicare Overview Page.