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What we do

Simplifying The Conversation 

Selecting  Medicare coverage that best fits your unique needs and financial condition can be confusing, we get it!

Providing straightforward definitions, video education to Medicare parts, and key points to consider when selecting your plan, we simplify the conversation.

Get all your questions answered and purchase your policy. ⬇️

Easy Three Step Process

Needs Evaluation 

Meeting in person or over Zoom we get to know you and identify your needs such as network coverage, current prescription drugs, existing coverages, etc. 

Coverage Recommendation

We present you with 2 - 3 options based on your coverage needs and financial preferences. We explain each in detail, highlighting both advantages or disadvantages. 

Policy Processing 

We begin processing the policy. In most cases active coverage is achieved in 7 days from signing. As your personal liaison we communicate with you through the entire process. 

Understanding The Parts

Medicare Part A

Medicare Part A, also known as Hospital Insurance, primarily encompasses various hospital-related expenses. This includes the cost of inpatient hospital care, featuring a semi-private room during your hospitalization, inclusive of meals and medical services rendered within the hospital setting.

Additionally, Part A extends coverage to certain skilled nursing facility care, limited to inpatient care within such a facility (excluding custodial or long-term care), hospice care, and home health care.

Medicare Part B

Medicare Part B, which is recognized as Medical Insurance, furnishes comprehensive coverage for an array of outpatient care services. This coverage extends to encompass medical supplies, preventative services, and specific medical practitioner services. Among the services covered under Part B are doctor's office visits, laboratory tests, surgical procedures, ambulance transportation, chemotherapy, radiation treatments, and more.

If Medicare is your primary or sole method of healthcare coverage, enrolling in Part B is imperative.

The combination of Parts A and B constitutes what is known as Original Medicare. These two components are the exclusive facets for which you will initiate enrollment through either the Railroad Retirement Board or the Social Security office.

Medicare Part C

Medicare Part C, referred to as the Medicare Advantage Plan, presents a comprehensive and consolidated substitute for traditional Medicare, often referred to as private Medicare insurance. It's important to note that Part C itself does not directly encompass specific medical expenses. However, it's worth mentioning that Medicare Advantage Plans might include prescription drug coverage, adhering to the same regulations as Medicare Prescription Drug Plans.

Importantly, upon enrolling in a Medicare Advantage plan, your Medicare coverage remains intact. The key distinction is that your chosen Medicare Advantage plan assumes the responsibility for covering and financing your medical services, replacing the role of Original Medicare (Parts A and B). It's obligatory for your Medicare Advantage plan to furnish identical coverage to that of Original Medicare, thereby ensuring you don't forfeit any essential benefits. Moreover, these plans have the potential to offer supplementary advantages beyond the baseline coverage.

Medicare Part D

Medicare Part D, designated for Prescription Drug Coverage, presents an optional avenue and constitutes a facet of Medicare Advantage plans, administered by private insurance companies and other entities endorsed by Medicare. Subscribing to Part D is subject to a monthly premium to the insurance provider. In exchange, you gain access to substantially reduced copayments for your prescribed medications compared to the scenario without Medicare Part D.

The scope of Medicare prescription drug coverage is accessible through various avenues. This includes Medicare Prescription Drug Plans (PDPs), which can be appended to Original Medicare. Additionally, it can be incorporated into select Medicare Private Fee-for-Service (PFFS) Plans, specific Medicare Cost Plans, and Medicare Medical Savings Account (MSA) Plans. Moreover, the coverage option extends to certain Medicare Advantage Plans, such as Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs) or Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs), as well as other Medicare health plans featuring prescription drug coverage. These plans are colloquially known as "MA-PDs."

why we do it

Passion For Solutions

When we started Medicare Connection we wanted to be more than an average Medicare Agent that you only hear from once a year. Our vision was bigger, more impactful to the client, and provided comprehensive solutions for pre and post retirees.

In pursuit of this vision we took to working with clients in a retirement planning capacity.  Through our financial partners we help retirees create strategies that focus on income longevity, retirement account safety, and cash liquidity for the times you need it most.  It is our aim to see you all the way into retirement and beyond.