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Our most common questions are listed below. You can click on each question and you will be directed to a descriptive post that will be able to relieve you of some of that confusion.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is Medicare?
- How do I apply for Medicare?
- How much does Medicare cost?
- What is a Medicare Supplement Plan?
- What is a Medicare Advantage Plan?
- Which Medicare Supplement Plan is best?
- What is Part D, and do I need it?
Below are a few FAQs that are able to be summarized into a short answer. You can also follow the links to get more information on that question.
Yes, it is. It is a national health insurance program for people aged 65 and older and certain younger individuals with disabilities.
No. Most people have already pre-paid for Part A by the time they turn 65. Your FICA taxes during your working years go to pay for that. Parts B and D have premiums that you pay when you enroll.
If you are currently employed by a Large Company, meaning your company have 20+ employees, Medicare would be secondary. This means you could enroll into Part A and delay Parts B and D. If you work for a small employer with less than 20 employees, then Medicare will be primary so you should enroll in it during your initial enrollment period.
A Medicare HMO plan is a form of an Advantage plan. HMO are quite common due to their usually low monthly premiums, some even being as low as $0. The application for these types of plans are quite short, only having one medical question. Also, HMO plans have a network of primary care physicians. Meaning you will need to make sure your doctors are within your plan. For more information, click here.
No, you cannot. The reason why you are unable to have both and why you don’t need both is because your supplement plan only pays after Original Medicare, therefore it is your secondary coverage. If you had an Advantage plan, your supplement would not pay secondary.
Yes and no. Certain things are covered such as, eyeglasses after cataract surgery and injuries to your eyes. However, it does not cover routine procedures for dental, vision, and hearing. You can learn more about how we can offer you DVH coverage here.
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