Timing is critical but don’t rush your decision. Whether you are researching Medicare options for yourself or a loved one, we can answer your questions and help you with your options.
Few of California’s Medicare enrollees depend exclusively on Medicare for health insurance. More than half rely on Medi-Cal, Medigap or employer-sponsored insurance to help cover costs. If you are on an employer-sponsored group plan, just because you are turning 65 does not mean you have to enroll in Medicare.
Making informed choices can lessen your overall healthcare costs. Original Medicare will not cover all of your medical expenses. To avoid potential gaps in coverage, delays and costly penalties, contact our licensed and certified in-house Medicare Specialists to help you get started and provide expert consultation as your circumstances change.
Which Combination Will You Choose?
- Original Medicare with supplemental coverage (Medigap) and Medicare Prescription Drug Plan
- Medicare Advantage Plan
- Senior Dental Plan
- International travel
What You Need To Decide
You biggest decision, and the one to make first is whether you want Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) or Medicare Advantage (Part C). They cover the same basic services, but they work differently. Your choice depends on what you need. This guide will help you understand what you're choosing.
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Medicare: What You Need to Know About Turning 65