Due to the high senior population in Broward County many insurance companies compete aggressively in the Medicare market. Local insurance companies offer consumers a robust environment of choice in costs, benefits and networks.
Finding the right place to start can be confusing for many people just getting involved in the Medicare process. We think a good beginning point is to understand the four parts of Medicare, A, B, C and D.
After understanding the basics of how Medicare works, you will begin to learn about the various types of Medicare related policies offered in your area. You will get answers to questions such as:
What type of network do I need, local, regional or national?
What companies and plans does my doctors participate in?What is the differences between costs and benefits of these plans?
What are the differences between a Medigap and Advantage C policy?
How do you cover a younger spouse?
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is the governing body of Medicare but most of the information about Medicare will be found on the Medicare website listed below. There is a host of information on the website under the category of publications. These various publications will help a Medicare beneficiary stay informed on different subjects, and are updated when changes are made. We encourage you to get familiar with these to better educate yourself on your benefits.
We have been working in the medical insurance field since we started our agency in 1990. With our background, it is easy for us to guide you from a group or individual policy to a Medicare related one. We invite you to call us and discuss any Medicare related policy you are interested in. Our experience with other seniors can be important for any future decision.
The Official U.S. government site for MEDICARE
The Official site for MEDICARE and MEDICAIDServices
The Official website for US Social Security Administration
Our dedication to provide superior service, education and assistance to our senior market is second to none.