We offer Florida Medicare supplement insurance plans direct to our clients. Using our independent brokerage, you can compare rates, renewals and benefits from the best Medigap providers for free and without hassle.
We represent several supplemental insurance companies including Aetna, Anthem Florida Blue, Cigna, CSI, Humana, Gerber Life, Mutual of Omaha, Transamerica, United American, United Healthcare AARP and many others.
If you are near age 65 and in your Medicare open enrollment window, losing group employer coverage, shopping for better rates, or eligible due to disability – we can assist you. Currently, United Healthcare (AARP), Aetna, Anthem BCBS (Florida Blue), Humana and Transamerica are offering some of the lowest rates in FL.
The ten modernized supplemental insurance plans to choose from are labeled A through N. Plan A offers only basic benefits while Plan F fills in all of the gaps not covered by Medicare. All others fall somewhere in between.
In Florida, Plans F, G, N and High Deductible Plans G & F are popular when coupled with prescription Part D drug coverage. In our experience, Plan G and N oftentimes offer the most value. It’s important to understand the subtle differences between the different Medigap plans in order to make the best decision for your coverage. We can help you through this process so you don’t overpay for insurance you might not need.
However, if you’re new to Medicare in 2020, Plans F, C and HD F will not be available for purchase. Plan G, D, N and High Deductible Plan G will be your next best options. If you were eligible for Medicare before 2020, then all plans are still an option.
And there are no Medicare supplements sold today that include Part D prescription drug coverage – only Medicare Advantage plans combine the two. Part D Drug policies are sold separately from private carriers on a stand-alone basis. We assist our clients with Part D coverage as well. We’re a one-stop shop for Medicare insurance – and we offer all plans direct to consumers. There are never any fees to use our services.
A handful of insurance companies offer High Deductible Plan G & F supplements. Before your benefits begin, you would need to reach a $2,340 deductible in 2020. In 2019, the deductible was $2,340. Typically this amount increases by $20-$40 per year if at all. It rises with inflation so, Medicare can never increase it arbitrarily.
You should know that Medicare will always pay its share first. Your high deductible supplemental insurance will not kick-in right away w, but that does interfere with your primary Medicare coverage. The government always pays first and then your supplement policy is next.
Currently United American, Humana, Aetna and Mutual of Omaha offer some of the best rates on High Deductible Plans G & F in Florida. We can quote all of them for you direct. We can also provide insight on rate increases and renewals.
Medicare supplement insurance plans in Florida tend to cost more than in most other states. There are several reasons for this, but demographics and health care utilization play a significant role. In some areas, Plan F will cost more than $200 per month. That’s why Plan G and Plan N can be a good choice.
But for those who want the lowest premiums, we also help with Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug (MAPD) plans as well. There are several companies offering this insurance and many have $0 premiums. While MA plans have more out-of-pocket exposure and some network limitations, premiums are more affordable. Additionally, most Advantage plans include Part D prescription drug coverage at no additional cost.
If you are not sure which insurance type is best for you, you can learn more about Medicare benefits in FL by clicking on their guide here. We can also help you better understand your options over a comprehensive phone call. It’s very important to know you have only a one year trial period if you choose to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan. This means after one year in an Advantage plan, medical underwriting will be required to enroll in a traditional Supplement (like Plans F, G, or N).
In other words it can be difficult to switch from an Advantage plan back to a Supplement after 1 year has elapsed. It can also be difficult to switch from one supplement to another. There is only so much you can do during the yearly Open Enrollment window, so make sure you know the rules. We can help.
Several factors will determine your monthly premiums, including: age, gender, resident zip code, the company, and selected plan. There are always new insurance companies entering the Medigap marketplace, so it’s wise to work with an independent agency. This way you’ll be aware of better rates when they become available.
If you are under age 65 and eligible for Medicare due to disability, your premiums will be higher than those age 65. Insurance companies are allowed to charge more for all Medicare supplements when an applicant is under age 65. Plan N as well as some Medicare Advantage plans can be a good choice for those on disability.
By law, all Florida Medicare insurance policies are “guaranteed renewable.” This means the insurance company cannot cancel your coverage for any reason – or single you out for a rate increase. Insurance companies can raise your rates each year, but it’s done on a class basis for everyone.
All Medigap policies sold in FL are Issue Age plans. Your rates will not increase as you grow older, but they can increase each year based on approved class increases that affect everyone. Some companies have larger increase than others. We can help you review the recent rate history of the best companies in your area.
You are shopping direct when using our licensed Medigap insurance brokerage in Florida. There are no additional fees for our services and you will not find lower Medigap prices for the same coverage anywhere else – either online, in person or by calling each carrier on your own.
We serve the entire state of FL including Ft. Myers, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Tampa, Tallahassee and all places in between. We represent several well-known and highly-rated providers like: Aetna, Cigna United Healthcare (AARP), Mutual of Omaha, Gerber Life, Humana, Florida Blue, United American, and many others. Contact us for quotes and information today!