Original Medicare vs. Medicare Advantage - Transylvania Times

The annual “Open Enrollment Period” is well underway – a time when most seniors age 65 and over should evaluate whether their current healthcare coverage is adequate to meet their healthcare needs. This is the time when eligible seniors can switch from original Medicare (administered by the federal government) to a Medicare Advantage plan (administered by a private insurance company), or from Medicare Advantage back to original Medicare. And for those just turning age 65, it time for a decision on which type of plan to have. But in either case, it’s good to fully understand the pros and cons of each type of coverage, which is exactly what is provided in this Transylvania Times article by Jeff Parlier.

For information, AMAC, Inc., provides Medicare information services for both types of plans, and can assist you with finding exactly the right plan for you. AMAC’s Medicare specialists are not commissioned and have access to all plan types from multiple plan providers, so can help you find coverage which best suits your requirements and budget. Contact AMAC’s Medicare department at 1.800.334.9330, or at www.amac.us/medicare.

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