Medicare eligibility in New Jersey is probably on your mind, since you’re likely searching for information before Medicare enrollment on November 1. Purchasing health insurance can be a hardship for those who fall into the low-income spectrum, including the elderly, disabled, or chronically ill. Fortunately, HealthMarkets licensed agents can help you determine whether you’re eligible for Medicare. Once we determine you are Medicare eligible, we can also assist you in enrolling in a plan that meets your personal medical and financial needs.
If you don’t qualify, don’t worry, HealthMarkets Insurance Agency can help you an affordable health plan. There are many government subsidies that you may qualify for that can help with the cost of insurance. Don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions regarding Medicare eligibility. New Jersey HealthMarkets can be reached 24/7 by phone, online, or in person.
Do You Have Medicare Eligibility in New Jersey?
More than 1.2 million individuals in New Jersey alone receive Medicare benefits, that’s about 15 percent of the state’s total population is eligible for Medicare. New Jersey residents numbering more than 148,000 are enrolled in Medicare Advantage, which means they receive their benefits via a third private party provider. Deciphering the language associated with applying for Medicare can be confusing, which is why HealthMarkets’ agents can help. Our representatives can break down the different regulations and options into simple terms that are easy to understand.
Medicare is broken into four parts, which include:
- Hospital insurance (Part A)
- Medical insurance (Part B)
- Medicare Advantage (Part C)
- Prescription drug coverage (Part D)
Most qualifying individuals are 65 years of age or older, but Medicare eligibility in New Jersey is not based on age alone. To answer questions about your Medicare eligibility, New Jersey agents with HealthMarkets are waiting to take your calls now, or they can be reached via internet or by walking into an agent's office.