Confused about the parts of Medicare and how they fit together? The Greater Nashville Insurance Group is here to guide you.
When looking at coverage, your options include Original Medicare (Parts A and B) or a Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C). You can also ensure your healthcare needs through additional coverages including a Medicare Supplement and/or a Prescription Drug Plan.
Contact us so we can answer your questions and help you make an informed decision. We make great coverage easy.
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$500 dental benefit
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As an independent agency we represent many different Medicare plans so we can find the one that’s right for you.
Are Your Medicare Supplement Rates Increasing?
Did you know you do not have to wait to change your Medicare Supplement plan? We have new companies available now with great rates for Medicare Supplement plans in Tennessee.
Agents are standing by. Contact us for a complete review of Your Medicare Options.
As an Independent Agency, we’re able to compare plans and provide you with superior coverage at the best available rates.
Window Shopping: October 1st – Review plans for 2020
• Annual Enrollment Period: Starts October 15th – Shop new plans for 2020 enrollment
• Last day to make changes to your plan is Dec 7th
Medicare Advantage Plans
ANOC (annual notice of change)
You will receive a letter from your current insurance company by September 30 highlighting any changes on your current plan for 2020. If you have questions, please call your agent and we can review the changes together.
You can update plan anytime, but you will need to complete health questions for underwriting
Starting January 1, 2020 plans F and C are no longer available. Medicare Supplement (MediGap) plan G is still the best value
If you have received price increases over time, switching to another plan may be a value for you.
Part D Rx
Follows the same schedule as Medicare Advantage.
If your prescriptions have changed over the last year – especially if you have started taking brand name medication – looking at new options will be a benefit to you.
Turning 65 – New to Medicare
You may enroll in a Medicare plan three months before the month in which you turn 65, the month of your birthday, and 3 months after.
All plans including Medicare Supplements are guarantee issue during this initial enrollment period (IEP).
We represent Medicare Advantage HMO, PPO and PFFs organizations with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in any plan depends on contract renewal. You must continue to pay your Medicare Part B premium.