About Medicare Insurance

Medicare Insurance

Medicare is the federal program that provides health insurance coverage to most individuals over 65. Some disabled people under 65 also qualify for Medicare. Qualifying for Medicare is not based on income.

Medicaid is a federal program managed by the states for some low-income individuals. Some people on Medicare can also qualify for Medicaid benefits because of their income.

Medicare Supplement – A Medicare Supplement plan is provided by a private insurance company. It will cover most of the cost-sharing expenses not covered by Medicare. Also called Med Sup or Medi-Gap

PDP or Part D – Medicare Part D is a private insurance prescription drug plan.

Medicare Advantage (MA) – Private insurance provides a health plan that combines the benefits of Medicare Parts A&B, which Medicare calls Part C. An MA that includes Part D is called an MAPD. MAs are sometimes referred to as Managed Care or Medicare Replacement.

Matt Libby Insurance will help you select and enroll in the right option.

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“We do not offer every plan available in your area. Currently we represent 7 organizations which offer 48 products in your area. Please contact Medicare.gov, 1-800-MEDICARE, or your local State Health Insurance Program (SHIP) to get information on all of your options.”

“Plans are insured of covered by a Medicare Advantage (HMO, PPO, or PFFS) organization with a Medicare contract and/or a Medicare-approved Part D sponsor. Enrollment in the plan depends on the plan’s contract renewal with Medicare.”