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Beware Medicare Select Medicare Supplements

During the past few weeks we have heard an increasing number of Medicare beneficiaries telling us about Medicare agents trying to enroll them in “Medicare Select” plans.

A “Medicare Select” Medicare Supplement is one offered in many states in which the policyholder agrees to only use as little as one local hospital.

In this situation, the Medicare Supplement carrier offers a lower premium in return for this limitation on hospital choice.

You should never enroll in a Medicare Select plan and if you have enrolled in one you should change to a traditional Medicare Supplement that allows you to choose the hospital from which you receive care.

The reason for this is very simple. One of the two most important benefits to having regular Medicare combined with a Medicare Supplement is you can receive care from the health care provider you believe is best for your unique situation.

This means you can use such distinguished medical facilities as the Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins, Cleveland Clinic, Sloan-Kettering and M.D. Anderson. To limit yourself to as little as one local hospital would severely restrict your ability to seek out the best care possible and in doing so give yourself the best chance for the best health outcome possible.

The other most important benefit to having regular Medicare with a Medicare Supplement is all or almost of your health care costs are covered by your monthly premiums so you will never have to pay an unexpected thousands of dollars in health care costs because you become sick.

At MedicareAnswerCenter.com, we have a staff of highly trained, experienced Medicare specialists who can help you with all of your Medicare needs.

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Our highly-trained Medicare specialists will assist you with every part of your transition to Medicare including:

  1. Fully understanding how Medicare works
  2. Understanding your Medicare options if you are still working
  3. Enrolling in Medicare Parts A and B
  4. Identifying the right Medicare Supplement for you
  5. Identifying the right Medicare Part D Drug plan for you
  6. Assisting you with enrolling in the Medicare plans you choose

Simply click on the following link to request one of our Medicare professionals to call you.

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Thank you for allowing us to help you with your Medicare and I look forward to talking with you soon.

Please feel free to call me at (888) 549-1110 or email charlesbradshaw@medicareanswercenter.com for immediate assistance.

Charles Bradshaw

 

MedicareAnswerCenter.com

MedicareAnswerCenter helps people who are going on Medicare or are already on Medicare fully understand their Medicare options so they can make the right Medicare decision for both now and in the future.

For anyone who has questions about their Medicare options, please call us at (888) 549-1110 or email charlesbradshaw@medicareanswercenter.com.

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Medicare is complicated. Unless you fully understand your Medicare options when you turn 65 and go on Medicare, you can make a mistake that could cost you tens of thousands of dollars and limit your access to the health care you need the rest of your life.

At Medicare Answer Center our staff of highly trained and experienced Medicare professionals are standing by to fully explain your Medicare options and help you enroll in the Medicare plans you need.

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For anyone needing assistance with their Medicare decisions, we are offering 25 free, no-obligation 30-minute Medicare consultations in December.

During this free consultation, you can learn which Medicare Supplements are the best value in your area, which Medicare Part D drug plan with provide your medications at the lowest cost and you can even enroll over the phone in the Medicare plans you need.

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You can also schedule a free, no-obligation Medicare consultation by clicking on the following link

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If you need help with your Medicare, we have a limited number of free appointments available the next two weeks to help you.

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You can also email us a charlesbradshaw@medicareanswercenter.com or call (888) 549-1110.

We appreciate the opportunity to help you with your important Medicare decisions.

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