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HealthCare Benefit Services is an agency equipped not only to help with Long Term Care planning, but also as an additional service to our clients, HealthCare Benefit Services provides up-to-date information and advice regarding your Medicare coverage. We know that this may be very intimidating when entering the “wonderful world” of Medicare, we are equipped to provide you with answers to all our questions and get you in a position to take full advantage of the government ran program.
Major issues when obtaining coverage include:
- “Will I have to switch doctors?”
- “What are my choices of specialty doctors for my special medical needs?”
- “What is the difference between ‘Advantage’ and ‘Medigap’ plans?”
- “How will Medicare affect my prescription drug costs?”
- “Is the plan I bought last year still the right plan for me?”
These are very important issues to consider when deciding which Medicare coverage is right for you. Unlike many other providers, we take the time to make sure all these issues are addressed, and you know exactly what to expect when the need of medical assistance arises. Tom Sullivan has worked with Medicare for over 9 years, and will take the time necessary to ensure you understand and are comfortable with your health coverage. You may contact Tom at 303-973-6636 or email him at email@example.com.
Did you know?
Recent studies have shown that the average Medicare recipient spends over $500 too much on their prescription drugs? When placed in an appropriate Prescription Drug Plan, we can eliminate this overpayment.
How does Medicare affect my Long Term Care Planning?
Medicare has very limited coverage with Home Health Care and skilled nursing facilities. Medicare offers No Coverage for custodial care. Medicare has limited coverage for “rehab”; however Medicare will not assist the family with the necessary help required for long term care. Look at our Medicaid page for information about Medicaid and Long-Term Care.
“Today Medicare reimburses only 4% of our nation’s LTC expenses,” –Fortune Magazine
For more information regarding how Medicare will affect your Long Term Care planning, order a Free Long Term Care Shoppers Guide (published by NAIC) or contact us with any questions. Your inquires will be processed within 48 business hours