How Do I Find a Medicare Licensed Insurance Agent Near Me?
You can call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227) for help with your Part A and/or Part B coverage. Connect with a licensed Medicare agent near you to compare private Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans available where you live.
Yes, there are Medicare licensed insurance agents near you who can help you compare private Medicare Advantage plan options that are available in your specific area or ZIP code.
You can connect with representatives from the federal Medicare program to ask questions about your Part A and Part B coverage.
- If you have questions about Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) or if you are looking to sign up for Medicare, you can find a Medicare agent near you by using the office locator tool on the official website of the Social Security Administration, SSA.gov.
You can also use the SSA.gov website to sign up for Medicare Part A and Part B online.
- If you are a current Original Medicare beneficiary and have questions about paying Medicare premiums, Medicare claims, medical records or other issues related to your Part A and Part B coverage, you can call 1-800-Medicare (1-800-633-4227), TTY 1-877-486-2048. You may also log in to your secure MyMedicare account online.
You may consider calling to speak with a licensed insurance agent who can help you compare local Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans available where you live. These private Medicare plans cover all your Original Medicare benefits and may offer benefits like prescription drug coverage that traditional Medicare doesn't cover.
Request a free plan quote online or call to speak with a Medicare insurance agent licensed to sell Medicare Advantage plans near you.
What Are the Benefits of Working With a Medicare Licensed Insurance Agent?
A licensed insurance agent can answer many of your Medicare questions, such as your eligibility, the benefits offered by local Medicare Advantage plans year you, which plans are accepted by your doctor and other important Medicare insurance details.
- A Personalized Approach to Your Health Care Needs
A Medicare licensed insurance broker can take the time to understand your unique medical needs, financial situation and preferences before recommending any Medicare Advantage plan options. This personalized approach can give you more tailored advice on which option will work best for your specific circumstances.
- Easier Comparisons Between Options
A licensed Medicare Advantage insurance agent can help simplify comparisons between different plan offerings by providing clear explanations about each option's benefits, costs and coverage limitations.
- Assistance with Enrollment
A Medicare licensed insurance agent can guide you through the enrollment process for your chosen Medicare Advantage plan if you're eligible and if you are in a qualifying enrollment period.
A Medicare licensed insurance agent's knowledge and experience can help ensure you get accurate advice regarding eligibility requirements, enrollment periods, prescription drug coverage options and any potential penalties for late enrollments or gaps in coverage.
Who Can I Talk to About Medicare?
If you have questions about Original Medicare (Parts A and B) offered by the federal government, you can get help from a representative of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) by calling 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227), TTY users can call 1-877-486-2048.
You may also be able to get help from a local Medicare advisor who is part your State Health Insurance Program (SHIP). SHIP centers around the country offer free and unbiased insurance counseling and assistance to Medicare-eligible individuals in their local area. Find local Medicare advisors with your SHIP organization.
If you want to compare Medicare Advantage plans offered in your local area, including the benefits they offer, what they cost and the doctors who are part of their network, you can call to speak with a licensed Medicare Advantage insurance agent or request a plan quote online.
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