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Connecticut Medicare Plans

Every Connecticut county has Advantage plans available to the. There are other plans than can also help those living in Connecticut to cover any costs that are left after Original Medicare. 

Connecticut Medicare plans open enrollment

Connecticut residents are eligible to receive Medicare at 65. The enrollment period begins three months prior to your birthday and continues for three months following your birthday. 

At this time, you may also apply for Medicare Supplements. This open-enrollment period is the ideal time to apply as you cannot be turned down due to pre-existing health concerns. 

Medigap Plans

Supplements in Connecticut can help to cover some of the linger costs that Original Medicare leaves behind. This could be coinsurance costs or deductibles. As Medicare only covers 80% of the outpatient costs, this could save you in the long run. 

There are ten plans that all offer standard coverage. The main difference will come down to the price. This is why you want a licensed agent to help you walk through all the plans and choose the best plan, with the best price, for you. 

If you are a new Medicare beneficiary, you will not be able to enroll in Medigap plans C or F unless you were already enrolled prior to 2019. If you were enrolled in these plans prior to 2019, you would be able to keep your coverage. 

Medicare Advantage Plans

If you reside in Connecticut, there are, at least, 27 plans available in the country you live in. Medicare Advantage plans, or Part C plans, can provide extra benefits. These benefits can include vision, dental, and prescription cost coverage. 

Medicare Part D

If you need coverage for prescriptions, you may want to enroll in Medicare Part D. As of 2019; there are 26 different plans available. If you need this coverage, you will want to enroll in an Advantage Plan or a Part D plan. 

How we can help

We have licensed Medicare Agents ready and available to help you compare plans. This service is no cost to you. Remember, all Medicare plans offer a standard coverage; the only difference will be the price. Let us help you determine the best course for your coverage. 

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