How do I compare Arizona Medicare Supplemental Insurance Plans?
Seniors who have just received their Medicare card in the mail may already be shopping for Arizona Medicare supplemental insurance. Most people are eligible to enroll in Medicare Parts A and B on the first day of the month of their 65th birthday, but most seniors will be in the market for a more comprehensive healthcare plan.
If you are an Arizona senior, buying Medicare supplemental insurance may seem a little confusing at first. That’s why so many Arizona residents trust the resources on Anderson Insurance Services to help guide them to the right plan that is right for them.
Since 1981, we have provided helpful articles, blogs and guidance for choosing the right plan for Arizona seniors. We help explain a full range of health insurance brokerage services, including group, individual, and Medicare plans from the top-rated insurance companies in the region.
Most Arizona seniors are surprised to learn that there are actually eleven (11) different plans that provide supplemental Medicare coverage. The coverage offered in each of these plans is fairly standard, but the cost can vary greatly from one provider to the next.
With medical costs rising and health insurance benefits decreasing, Medicare is not enough to pay all the bills most seniors incur. Without a supplemental policy, most Medicare recipients could be facing financial disaster in the event of a major illness.
We can also explain Medicare Part C Advantage plans and Medicare Part D prescriptions plans. Each of these plans will provide a specified amount of supplemental coverage to fill the “gaps” left by Medicare. However, since every carrier prices these plans differently, seniors are not advised to go with the first Arizona Medicare Supplemental Insurance they find.
Want more information for choosing the right Medicare plan for you? Read our blog for all the information about Medicare you need to make the right choice for the best insurance for you.