If you’re wondering about Medicare eligibility in New York, look no further than HealthMarkets. We have a network of over 3,000 fully experienced and licensed agents on-call 24/7 to answer any questions or concerns regarding Medicare eligibility that may arise as you shop the health insurance marketplace.
Under the Affordable Care Act, or ACA, the majority of Americans are required by law to have health insurance. Many people are wondering if they are eligible for Medicare. HealthMarkets Insurance Agency can assist you in determining whether or not you have Medicare eligibility. New York agents can help you select a plan that meets your individual medical or financial needs and enroll in a plan. Don’t worry if you aren’t eligible for Medicare, as there are many government subsidies available that you may qualify for, which will help cover the cost of your health insurance.
Cutting the Confusion with Medicare Eligibility in New York
Medicare can be a confusing topic to understand. Our agents are trained to understand every plan and can walk you through every step to better understand your Medicare Eligibility.
New York agents can explain the four parts of Medicare, including:
- Part A (hospital insurance)
- Part B (medical insurance
- Part C or Medicare Advantage (third party provider)
- Part D (prescription drug coverage)
In the state of New York alone, approximately 12% of the state’s total population are considered Medicare eligible, with more than 2.8 million individuals receiving Medicare benefits. Over 802,000 of those individuals are enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan, which means they receive their benefits via a private provider as part of their Medicare eligibility.
New York residents also receive coverage under some of the best national plans, and more than 2.9 million New Yorkers receive Medicare Part D coverage, meaning they have assistance paying for the cost of prescription medications. To learn more about Medicare eligibility in New York, visit HealthMarkets online, or give our representatives a call. You can also speak to an agent in person at no additional cost to you.