You may have received booklets from Social Security as well as AARP and various insurance companies, all with way more information to be processed than seems like it should be necessary. The decisions you make as you enter the Medicare system can potentially affect your health care choices for the rest of your life, yet going through the morass of information unassisted may seem both daunting and unwise.
We educate you so you can make informed choices.
We have a systematic method for guiding you through the maze of Medicare information, explaining all the choices you need to make, and presenting you with a roadmap to move forward into Medicare.
Our process works. Here’s why.
Reason 1: We learn about what’s important to you.
When you are faced with an avalanche of Medicare information, you are being given ALL of the information for EVERY possible choice all at once. That amount of information is not necessary to know. We meet and discuss your health care needs and budget, so that any further education is customized to your situation.
Reason 2: We give you all the choices you need, and none that you don’t.
There are literally hundreds of insurance companies trying to sell you their Medicare supplement plans. There’s no good reason to sort through all of those choices, because the choices that you should consider can be pared down to what makes sense in your situation. We represent all the major companies, so we know what’s out there, and present you with the logical choices.
Reason 3: We give you a timeline and a process to follow.
The most challenging part of entering the Medicare world is making sure that all the deadlines are met, and all the steps to the process are followed. We have a time-tested process for putting clients into the Medicare system, making it easy for you to make the transition.
Reason 4: We are around for the long run.
Plenty of brokers can sell you a plan and then leave. We are here for you, year in and year out. We take our individualized customer service to mean not just at initial enrollment, but for every annual review of drug and, if appropriate, medical plans.