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Most people in Kansas who are new to Medicare may not comprehend Medicare Advantage. Kansas residents can trust HealthMarkets’ 3,000 licensed agents to teach them more about Medicare Advantage in Kansas.

Medicare Advantage – Kansas Guide to Coverage

The population of Kansas is expected to grow to 250,000 by the year 2030, a staggering 235,000 of those residents being age 65 and over. In 2011 53,851 individuals were enrolled in Medicare Advantage in Kansas and under new ACA regulations, benefits and increasing eligibility—those numbers are only rising. Each month, Medicare pays a fixed amount to the health insurance carrier of your choice under Medicare Advantage if you are eligible.

These various plans pay for all Medicare services, including regular doctor’s visits, hospital costs, and prescription drugs. However, it’s important to note that not all companies are equal, and some will charge more than others for their services. Companies differ when it comes the rules and regulations enrollees must adhere to when signing up for their services. With so many choices available, it can be overwhelming when it comes to selecting the right plan under Medicare Advantage. Kansas residents are in luck – there is help available.

HealthMarkets Insurance Agency Understands Medicare Advantage in Kansas

When it comes to Medicare Advantage, Kansas licensed agents are dedicated to helping Medicare-eligible residents understand their options. Licensed agents are always on standby online, via phone or in person, ready and able to assist you with comparing plans based on:

  • Monthly premiums
  • Deductible thresholds
  • Copayment for services
  • Types of services available
  • Doctors in the network
  • Dental, vision, and hearing coverage
  • Prescription drug coverage

When examining Medicare Advantage, Kansas licensed HealthMarkets agents can assist you in understanding the Evidence of Coverage (EOC) for the plans that catch your interest. The EOC is difficult for most consumers to understand, but our agents can translate the jargon and help break down coverage details to find common ground. If you're eligible for Medicare, contact HealthMarkets to learn more about Medicare Advantage in Kansas.



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