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WHY MedicareFAQ?

MedicareFAQ: Medicare Frequently Asked Questions Resource Center

MedicareFAQ is a learning resource center for Medicare recipients to learn about Medicare options and Medicare Supplement plans. We help individuals understand all Medicare options, whether it’s just learning about Original Medicare Part A and Part B or any of the other Medicare plans like; Medicare Supplements (Medigap), Medicare Advantage (Part C) or Prescription Drugs (Part D).

MedicareFAQ finds the best possible supplemental insurance for Medicare plan & rate for the specific individual’s needs and budget that we are working with. We make sure that each individual knows everything there is to know about the plan(s) they are considering and shop for the best rate from the nation’s top carriers in the Medicare market.

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Our mission is simple; make sure each individual we work with is educated about Medicare and all the Medicare Supplemental plans that come along with it.

MedicareFAQ works with the top carriers in the nation to find the best Medigap (Medicare Supplement) plan that fits each individuals budget. We strive to educated our clients on all the available options so that they can make an educated decision when purchasing their Medicare Supplement Insurance plan.

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16 Comments

  1. If your over 65 and on Medicare but did not take plan d and now looking for an advantage plan I know you will have to pay a penalty because you did not take a prescription plan do you also have to pay for plan d plus the penalty

    • Hi Jeanne! So, there is a penalty for not signing up for Part D when you’re first eligible. However, it does not impact your enrollment or premiums if you choose to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan. This penalty only impacts you when you go to enroll in a stand-alone Part D plan. Yes, you’ll have to pay for Part D + the penalty, which is added to your monthly premium for the rest of your life. However, if you had creditable coverage, then the penalty won’t apply to you.

  2. Medicare advantage plans all require prior authorization. Traditional Medicare doesn’t. Medicare advantage plsns limit your doctor choice, Medicare doesn’t. Medicare advantage plans are middle men trying to make profits from taxpayers by killing patients as fast as possible.

  3. Please do NOT be fooled by the advertisement from Medicare advantage plan. All the private Medicare advantage plans will require prior authorization for expensive but necessary treatments. Many time patients are dead by the time they get prior authorization. Medicare advantage plans also limit your choice of doctors. Overall, Medicare advantage plans are thieves stealing tax dollars through killing patients by delaying and denying treatments. Preserve the traditional Medicare!

    • Hi John! If you want less out of pocket costs, then Medicare Supplements are better. They cover most, if not all, out of pocket costs depending on the letter plan you choose. With Medicare Advantage, you’ll always have out of pocket costs. What you would pay out of pocket with a Medicare Supplement will be less than the Medicare Advantage maximum out of pocket costs.

  4. Are Aetna Medicare Advantage Plans available in all 50 states? Aetna Medicare Essential PPO Plan for 2020 has in-network Aetna Providers and the associated costs, also Out-Of-Network (OON) providers will be covered and my share of the cost is 40%. If I live in Georgia and require medical treatment in another state, then could I go to an in-network Aetna Provider in that state and still have the in-network Aetna Provider associated costs for that service?

    • Hi Donald! Unfortunately, Medicare Advantage plans are not available in all states. Your plan may or may not cover care outside of its service area. I would contact your plan to see what rules and costs apply when you travel within the U.S.

  5. I’m the widow of a veteran with Tricare for Life coverage. How does this work, both for doctors and prescriptions, with a Medicare Advantage plan?

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