You're 65 and you qualify for Medicare insurance coverage in Illinois. Now you need to complete your protection by purchasing the right Medicare supplement insurance in Illinois to help fills the gaps that Medicare does not cover.
Our office can give you options with a variety of companies, or you can check out some prices with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of IL on your own using the link below. For quotes from a variety of carriers, please complete the contact form at the bottom of this page to be contacted by our office.
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Medicare alone may not be enough coverage for some people.
There are deductibles for Medicare Part A or B insurance, and the 20% coinsurance on part B, which is unlimited. The deductible for hospitalization (Part A) is per occurrence, not per calendar year. So an individual that might have Medicare only, and who is hospitalized two times in a year, will be subject to the Part A deductible for each, separate hospitalization. Also if you have a large claim under Part B (outpatient services), Medicare pays 80% after the deductible and you will pay 20% of the approved claims.
Let's face it, Medicare can be confusing! Cathy and her staff can spend several hours just explaining the basics of Medicare. Between explaining Medicare options, helping pick a plan, and follow up calls to answer questions, we can spend many hours just helping one person pick the BEST plan to meet their needs. That is why we created a YouTube channel where you can ...
If you want true piece of mind that your Part A deductible and coinsurance will be covered, a Medicare supplement plan will do just that. A supplement, or Medigap insurance as it is sometimes referred to, will allow you the freedom to go to any provider that accepts Medicare in the US. You will not need to be concerned to see if a Dr. is 'in' the network; as long as they accept Medicare, you are good!
NOTE: Those who may be on a limited budget and unable to afford a supplement, an RX Part D drug card, and pay for Medicare Part B premiums, may want to consider a Medicare Advantage Plan with Prescription Drug coverage - MAPD (Part C of Medicare). These plans include a drug card and many of the advantage plans offer extra benefits, such as dental and vision. These plans typically utilize a list of providers through an HMO or PPO; so be sure to inquire if your providers accept these plans. And of course, feel free to ask our staff about these plans and for assistance in looking up providers!
If you would like our assistance in purchasing a plan, please complete the form to be contacted about your options. And don't forget to watch our videos to learn more!
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