Need Help Finding a Medicare Plan? Start Here.

by Natalie Stefan

We’ve pulled together five ways to help you save time and sanity during your search.

65 years old and counting? That’s a lot of life lived, and you still have more to go.

The key to living out the rest of your life is good health. The first place to start with that is to find the right Medicare plan that will support your lifestyle and whatever lies ahead. Without the right strategy, you might find yourself spending thousands of dollars needlessly.

With all the Medicare information accessible, it can quickly become overwhelming to find the right plan for you. 

Below, we’ve pulled together seven ways that may save you time and money on a Medicare plan. That way, you can get back to living a happy and healthy retirement.

  1. Browse online. In a computer-savvy world, you’re able to browse Medicare options in a matter of minutes all in the comfort of your home. The best part is, you’re able to compare prices and coverage to make sure you’re getting the plan you really need.
  2. Talk to a Licensed Insurance Agent. Medicare Info can make that happen. Some people like using a combination of online resources with a human touch. Have questions or need clarification on coverage? A licensed insurance agent is there to help you make the right choice for you.
  3. Save time by knowing what you want. Do you have a provider you’d like to stay with? Are you planning to retire to another state? These are all good questions to have an answer to. Medicare plans vary by state and different networks have different doctors to choose from.
  4. Maintain a budget you want to stick to. Are you expecting surgeries in the future? Maybe money is tight and you need to keep your monthly premiums down. Being mindful of what you need and what your budget are important to finding the right plan for you.
  5. Save money on prescription medication. Switching to generic drugs can be a cost-effective alternative to higher-priced brand-name drugs. Although people may be hesitant to take generic drugs, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) must prove that it is the same as their name-brand counterparts in safety, strength, quality, and effectiveness. 


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