This marks the last Part and as they say … last but not least … Mr. Clark discusses the three options for Medicare Supplemental/Gap Policy. Let it be noted, you most certainly need these, but the good news is this is finally pretty straight forward.
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Once again, neatly there is a gold nugget of information in the audio, and a trick on where to find an easy phone number to call to get a referral for help – listen up and enjoy –
Medicare Supplement Explained Three Options
Employer Offered Supplemental Private Insurance – this less often- likely best option if available – best coverage
Traditional Medicare – no network must buy a Medigap Policy A through F – Full comprehensive coverage- similar to full health coverage, but at the Medicare Level
Medicare Advantage – Like Medicare HMO – Network of People that must go through
26 Medicare Advantage plans in DFW area-
Part D may or may not be available for Medicare Advantage
Do not try to do this all by yourself- see next
Local Non-Profit Agency – Dallas County would likely be the Dallas County Agency on Aging, Fort Worth would be the Tarrant County Agency on Aging
Dial – 211 – Phone Number for Social Service Referrals – NO kidding – Texas a state that this number works completely, may not be available in all states
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