What you need to know about Medicare Parts A & B
Making the right choices, especially the first time you enroll, is critical.
Did you know that some Medicare decisions you make may not be reversible if you make the wrong choice?
Get professional Medicare assistance in the Greater Knoxville area to make sure you make the best choices for your situation and needs.
Know the Differences
When choosing a Medicare plan, there are many factors to consider and many options available. We are an independent insurance agency that offers assistance in navigating the complex world of Medicare. Before you enroll, it’s extremely important to understand the differences between Original Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplements, Medicare prescription drug plans, etc.
- Medicare Part A – hospital coverage
- Medicare Part B – medical coverage
- Medicare Part C – Medicare Advantage
- Medicare Part D – prescription drug coverage
Medicare Part B has unique benefits, but Part C is also an option if you require extended coverage. You only have a limited amount of time to enroll in Part B without incurring a penalty if you decide to add it later.
If you are unsure whether Medicare Part B or Part C is the best fit for your comprehensive coverage, Chris Akers can provide assistance. His Medicare expertise is unrivaled in the Knox County, TN area.
Medicare help for beneficiaries in the Greater Knoxville, TN area
The Akers Solution wants to make sure you are happy with your plan!
- Medicare Part A is a federal government insurance plan that you will be enrolled in at no cost to you. It is designed to help pay for overnight hospital stays
- Medicare Part B is designed to help you pay for things like doctor visits and outpatient care. It isn’t free, but the premiums are pulled automatically from your monthly Social Security check, so you don’t have to worry about making the payment.
Where to Get Answers
If you are or will become eligible for Medicare in Tennessee and need help selecting Medicare coverage, contact The Akers Solution and discuss your situation with a knowledgeable insurance professional.