Medicare Advantage plans (also called “Part C”) take the place of Original Medicare. Written by private insurance companies, they include all the benefits of Medicare Parts A and B, and often include other coverage, such as Medicare prescription drug coverage (Part D), sometimes for an extra cost.
If you have a Medicare Advantage plan, you do not need (and cannot use) a Medicare Supplement policy.
If you are ready to apply for Medicare, fill out this questionnaire so we can contact you with a custom quote.
If you know what your priorities are when it comes to things like price range, network access and coverage, take this easy quiz to find out what plan we recommend.
If you have questions, please contact us.