6 Step Process to get you going with medicare
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6 Step Process
Step 1: What is Medicare?
In order to make the correct Medicare decision, you first understand how Medicare works. What is Medicare Parts A & B? What is covered and what is not covered?
Step 2: Options
I educate you on the differences between Medicare Advantage vs Medicare Supplement plans. I dissect all Medicare Supplement Plans and Medicare Advantage Plans in your area. Based on your needs and goals, thorough understanding of the plans, I can assist you in deciding on the right plan.
Step 3: Choosing a Carrier.
I diligently shop around for you to get the best plan at the absolute lowest cost.
Step 4: Part D.
Review your Prescription Plan options.
Step 5: Enrollment Process.
I take all the hassle away from you during the enrollment process. From making sure that all your paperwork is completed correctly, submitting paperwork properly, to insuring that you are enrolled in a timely fashion. I take all the headaches away from you.
Step 6: Annual Reviews.
You don’t just choose a plan and then never hear from me again. Should any problems arise, I am a phone call away. I provide each client with free annual reviews to make sure that you are still in the right plan, at the lowest cost. With the uncertain state of healthcare nationwide these days, it’s important to have a trusted advisor to continually look out for your best interests. I provide you with unparalleled peace of mind and the knowledge that you have an experienced, professional guide by your side for many years to come. You will simply be amazed that once we go through this 6-step process, what was once so incredibly confusing just became completely understandable. I want to help you with all aspects of selecting a Medicare Plan. All my services are completely free to you!
My services are free, so there’s no cost or risk for taking advantage of the knowledge and guidance I offer. Call 505-350-5859 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a no cost Medicare consultation to see which plan may be best for you. Or, request a no cost Medicare Quote.