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Elizabeth R.

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Andy McPherson gave me sound, practical advice that resulted in my being approved for a Medigap Plan during the first telephone conversation. This experience was far beyond my expectations, and I am very grateful for him.

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I really appreciate how much time Sandy Hall took to explain my options. Many insurance agents are in a hurry to close a deal, but not Sandy! She is very invested in the comfort and security of her clients.

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Ohio

I wasn’t sure about Medicare because it’s a difficult thing to understand. Luckily, the agent who helped me enroll in a plan was very knowledgeable and helped me find a plan with my doctor in the network and made sure the plan was affordable on my retirement budget.

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Medicare is a federal health insurance program that ensures individuals who are disabled or 65 and older have affordable health care options.

Some of those options include Original Medicare (Medicare Parts A & B), Medicare Supplement Insurance (also known as Medigap), Medicare Advantage (also known as Medicare Part C), and Medicare Prescription Drug Plans (also known as Medicare Part D). We can help answer all of your Medicare related questions like:

 

New Medicare ID Cards Dropping Social Security Number

New Medicare ID Cards Dropping Social Security Numbers to Help Prevent Identity Theft The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) of 2015 requires the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to remove Social Security Numbers from all Medicare ID...
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What is the 5-Star Rating System?

What is the 5-Star Medicare Rating System? Medicare Part D Prescription Drug plans and Medicare Advantage (Part C) Plans are different in terms of costs and coverage by each carrier and in most cases, service areas. Every January, plans change their coverage and...
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How does a PPO compare to Original Medicare?

How does a PPO compare to Original Medicare? Medicare Advantage Insurance Plan (Part C) PPOs (Preferred Provider Organizations) and Original Medicare Part A & Part B are slightly different. 1. Your Coverage Options. Medicare Advantage (Part C) PPOs and Original...
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Medicare Advantage Pre-Service Standard Appeals Process

If you are enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Plan and were denied coverage for a health service or item before you received the service or item, you can appeal to ask your plan to reconsider its decision. If you believe the health service or item should be covered, you...
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How Medicare PFFS Plans Compare with Original Medicare

What is a PFFS? Private fee-for-service (PFFS) plans are Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans you can enroll in as a different way to receive your Medicare benefits. PFFS plans must cover all services a patient would receive under Original Medicare Part A & Part B....
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