Why All Seniors Need a Medicare Supplement Plan

Why All Seniors Need a Medicare Supplement Plan

Are you confused and overwhelmed by Medicare??

Worried about making the wrong decision and being stuck with a plan that doesn’t cover your medical and prescription needs when you need it most?

Don’t worry! You are not alone. The vast majority of seniors who are on Medicare have absolutely no idea which type of plan they have, and what it does and does not cover.

Over 65 - you need a medicare supplement plan

Over 65? You Need a Medicare Supplement Plan

Getting health coverage is one of the most important parts of aging. Often times, especially when we are in good health, we may neglect the importance of getting this coverage. However, with potential unforeseen medical expenses looming, this is a crucial time to make sure you are completely covered. Unfortunately, Medicare does not cover all of your Medical expenses at 100%.

How to Know if You Need a Medicare Supplement Plan

How to Know if You Need a Medicare Supplement Plan

If you’re nearing age 65, you’re probably considering your Medicare enrollment options. The standard coverage beneficiaries receive is Medicare Parts A and B, known as Original Medicare. Part A includes coverage for hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and hospice care while Part B includes doctor visits, outpatient therapy, ambulances, and medical equipment.

5 Things Medicare Doesn’t Cover

Medicare Part A and Part B, also known as Original Medicare or Traditional Medicare, cover a large portion of your medical expenses after you turn age 65. Part A (hospital insurance) helps pay for inpatient hospital stays, stays in skilled nursing facilities, surgery, hospice care and even some home health care. Part B (medical insurance) helps pay for doctors’ visits, …

Who is Eligible for Medicare?

Medicare eligibility: Understanding who is eligible for Medicare Medicare coverage is not available to everyone. To receive benefits under this federal insurance program, you have to meet Medicare eligibility requirements. What does it mean to be eligible for Medicare? Some people might confuse two types of Medicare eligibility: eligibility for Medicare, and eligibility for premium-free Medicare Part A. How you …