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Medicare Eligibility in Vermont
Whenever questions or concerns regarding Medicare eligibility in Vermont happen to arise, don’t hesitate to contact a HealthMarkets representative. Our representatives are fully experienced and knowledgeable in how the health insurance marketplace works, and they can help you determine whether or not you are eligible for Medicare.
Am I Eligible for Medicare?
One way to be eligible for Medicare is being at least 65 years of age. Other factors that can contribute to your Medicare eligibility in Vermont includes whether or not you have a permanent disability, such as blindness, or if you suffer from a chronic.
If you aren’t eligible for Medicare, call HealthMarkets Insurance Agency and we may be able to help you find government subsidies to alleviate your health care costs.
Quick Medicare Facts for Vermont:
- Approximately 17 percent of the state of Vermont’s total population already receives Medicare benefits.
- That’s about 104,000 individuals who are currently enrolled in Medicare.
- 8,368 of those individuals are enrolled in Medicare Advantage
- Due to new laws mandating no deductibles or co-pays on preventive care - 89,430 VT residents used a preventive service in 2013.
Using Your Medicare Eligibility in Vermont
HealthMarkets representatives are available to assist you with all your health insurance needs around the clock; you can call at (800) 360-1402 or visit them online or in person 24/7, at your convenience.
Our representatives can help you figure out whether you are eligible for Medicare and once eligibility has been established, they will help you pick out the right Medicare Advantage plan to enroll in. We can also help determine if there’s another plan for you that’s better. Our representatives have access to thousands of plans from over 180 insurance companies recognized nationwide and can help you navigate the health insurance marketplace.Sources: http://www.hhs.gov/healthcare/facts/bystate/vt.html