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Keep it simple

 The last thing we want to do is fill your head with more gargled information. We keep it simple to understand. Medicare on the move offers comprehensive educational seminars, consulting,  plan comparison and enrollment services. We offer  support by providing you with tools and information about physicians, Medications and programs to keep your costs low and maximize your benefits. Lets get real.  The A, B,C and D's can be pretty difficult to understand so  just  having  simple conversation with an knowledgeable Agent can give you peace of mind. 

Medicare Part A & B

  What is Original Medicare?

Original Medicare is health care insurance provided through the federal government. It is sometimes called "traditional" Medicare. Original Medicare includes Part A and Part B.

  • Part A helps pay for inpatient care  in the hospital or a skilled nursing facility.
  • Part B helps pay for outpatient care  , such as doctor visits, preventive care and more.

 Who is eligible for Medicare Parts A and B? Most people age 65 and older, who are U.S. citizens or legal residents  for at least five consecutive years. People younger than 65 with certain qualifiying disabilities. People of all ages with end-stage renal disease.

Things to know: 

Medicare is an 80/20 Plan

Deductibles apply for Part A and B both

Most people have a monthly premium for part B

Medicare does not cover things like  Prescription Drugs, Eye glasses, Hearing aids, dental

Medicare Advantage Plans ( Part C)

What is Medicare Part C?

Medicare Part C is also called Medicare Advantage. It is an alternative to Original Medicare (Parts A and B). Medicare Advantage plans are offered by private insurance companies contracted by Medicare. By joining an Advantage plan,  You will receive your benefits through the plan instead of through Original Medicare. These plans offer Copays rather than the typical 20 percent, making your costs more predictable. Example:  You might have a copay of 15.00 for an x ray rather than 20 percent. 

Understanding Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C)

Learn how Medicare Advantage plans offer hospital and medical coverage along with additional benefits that you don’t get with Original Medicare, for example, vision, hearing and prescription drug coverage. 

To be eligible for a Medicare Advantage plan you must:

Have  Medicare Part A and Part B. 

Live in the plans service area

Not have End stage renal disease

Continue to pay the Medicare Part B premium if not otherwise paid for under Medicaid or by another third party. 

Medicare Supplement Plans

This section is under construction. You  have questions, we have answers.  

Medicare Supplements are Insurance Plans that you pay a monthly premium for to fill in some of what Medicare does not pay. Plans Range by letters A-N. Each letter offers a different percentage of coverage.  If you have a supplement it is secondary to your Medicare. Talk to your agent about what best suites your needs.

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