Medicare Supplement Plans

Also known as “Medigap” policies. These plans can help cover costs that Part A and B do not.

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Comparing Plans

Medicare Supplement benefits are standardized. That means they are the same from company to company. We help you spot the differences between each company like the price and level of service.

Are You Eligible?

You must be enrolled in Parts A & B to apply for a Medicare Supplement policy. Once you enroll in Part B, you have a 6-month window to enroll in a plan without answering health questions.

Resources is the program’s official site. You can’t go wrong with their information.

Call us if you’re turning 65 soon. We’ll get you the information you need at absolutely no cost.

There are 10 Medicare Supplement Plans

The official website explains how they are regulated:

Every Medigap policy must follow federal and state laws designed to protect you, and it must be clearly identified as “Medicare Supplement Insurance.” Insurance companies can sell you only a “standardized” policy identified in most states by letters.

All policies offer the same basic benefits but some offer additional benefits, so you can choose which one meets your needs.

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Lets take these Medicare questions off your plate. One easy phone call means one less thing to worry about. We are local and are ready to help those in the Omahe community.

Leverage Your Decision

Reviewing Prescription Drug Plans can be confusing and time consuming. But knowing your options could save you money. Call us for a free PDP review today!

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Hi! I’m Christine Flaxbeard and I’ve dedicated my life to three things: Healthcare, Childcare and Helping out Fellow Nebraskans.

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