Boomers Insurance Services
Boomers Insurance is independent of any one insurance company. We are not endorsed or affiliated by the federal government or Medicare. Our licensed agents are appointed and certified with most Medicare plans. That allows us to provide unbiased assistance to Medicare recipients who expect and deserve a high quality health plan with a provider that best suits their specific needs.
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Find A Licensed Agent Near Me.
Click on your county and schedule an appointment with a licensed agent in your area. They can help explain the different parts of Medicare (A, B, C & D), and the differences between Original Medicare, Medicare Supplements, and Advantage plans.
Learn about Medicare basics, star ratings and the local Medicare health plans offered in your area in both formal and informal settings. A licensed Medicare health plan agent will be present with plan information and applications.
Medicare Supplements Plans
A Medicare Supplement insurance plan helps cover the costs that are left unpaid after Medicare Parts A and B pay their portion of your healthcare expenses. Unlike a Medicare Advantage plan, which is an alternative to your Medicare Parts A and B benefits, a Medicare Supplement plan is purchased in addition to your Medicare Parts A and B benefits.
Medicare Supplement policies are sold by private insurance companies. While the costs of these policies may vary, individual insurance companies must provide the same standardized benefits. Some companies may offer innovative benefits. To purchase a policy, in general you must be enrolled in Medicare Part A and Part B. In addition to paying the monthly Medicare Part B premium to Medicare, you will have to pay a premium to the insurance company providing your coverage.