Medicare Made Easy

Everything You Need to Know About Medicare,Medicare Supplement Plans, Medicare Advantage, and Part D Prescription Drug Coverage

Did you know that people with Medicare pay for over half of their own health care? Medicare only pays an average of 49 percent of all medical bills.   As a proportion of their total spending, Medicare beneficiaries pay twice as much for health care as other Americans.

Consider the most common cause of death in the U.S. – heart disease.  A typical Medicare beneficiary who has a heart attack can pay between $10,212 and $10,800 a year for care that is not covered by Medicare.

What if you develop diabetes?  Medicare rarely pays for prescription drugs, even insulin.  Part D Prescription Drug Plans may cover insulin and injection supplies like syringes, as well as oral diabetic drugs.

We believe it is important for you to know what to expect from Medicare, and what your additional coverage options are.  Only then, can you plan how to cover the rest of the health care Medicare misses and avoid the burden of medical debt.

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MediGap Advisors will give you a free copy of our extensive research into:

  1. What health care Medicare covers (and importantly, what it does not cover )
  2. What you have to pay for when you rely on Medicare alone
  3. How you can cut your out-of-pocket costs from Medicare
  4. How to use a Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap plan) to expand your benefits and reduce your out-of-pocket expenses
  5. How Medicare Advantage plans provide Medicare benefits and offer additional coverage with established networks of doctors you know will accept your insurance – and how to decide if this is the right kind of coverage for you
  6. How Part D Prescription Drug plans cover medication, how much your out-of-pocket costs can be, and how much help you will be getting if you reach the infamous “donut” hole coverage gap
  7. How and when you can enroll in a plan that will reduce Medicare’s out-of-pocket costs and maintain your access to health care

Our guide is not filled with dubious “secret tips.”  It is a thorough explanation in “plain English” that shows you in a single booklet what you can expect from Medicare and what health care expenses you need to be prepared to handle.

It is not “Medicare for Dummies.”  It’s the thinking person’s guide for anyone who wants to make sense of Medicare without spending weeks reading about how Part A, B, C and D work.  And, we show you more than a dozen you don’t want to miss.

Just complete the brief form above to request your free copy.