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Welcome to Georgia Medicare Plans. This site has been designed to assist Georgia Residents in understanding Medicare and Insurance in simple, basic terms. Our goal is to help guide Georgia residents through the complex world of Medicare and Medicare insurance plans. You may call our toll free number or contact us online

We have compiled an assortment of helpful videos, general information, and documents to help the consumer. You may browse our site for free and call our toll-free helpline as needed. Our services are 100% free to the consumer.

Our staff is available to assist you in all areas of Medicare insurance plan enrollment. If you are eligible for any extra help programs we will be happy to guide you through the process and assist you with any type of enrollment materials that you may require. Our knowledgeable advisors will walk you through the complex wotld of Medicare and simplify the process. Please feel free to call our toll free number at any time for assistance.

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Covering The Gaps In Medicare

Since Medicare only covers a portion of medical expenses, it may be necessary to obtain additional coverage to help cover the "gaps" or co-insurance payments. Listed below are some of the most commonly used options available to the average consumer.

Original Medicare With Part D Coverage: If you choose this option you will have to pay a percentage of all of your medical bills in the form of deductibles and co-insurance. You will also want to remember that with Original Medicare there is No Cap on your out of pocket expenses.

Medicare Advantage Plans: These plans have become a very popular option for Seniors and the disabled. Advantage plans offer lower, predictable co-pays and most plans have an annual Out of Pocket Maximum which puts a cap on how much you will have to pay for medical expenses each year. Many Advantage plans include Part D coverage and have much lower premiums than traditional Medicare Supplement Plans. More Details.... 

Medicare Supplement Plans: This type of plan is designed to cover the gaps in Medicare Parts A and B. Generally these plans have the highest monthly premiums, however Medicare Supplement Plans generally have no network limitations. If you choose the right plan you may have $0 co-pay for medical services. Supplement plans generally do NOT include prescription drug coverage. If you choose this type of plan you will need to purchase your Part D plan separately. More Details.... 

Part D Plan: Part D is the Medicare prescription drug plan that is regulated by The Centers For Medicare And Medicaid Services (CMS) and administered by private insurance companies with a contract from Medicare. You may purchase a stand alone plan or you may receive these benefits through a Medicare Advantage all-in-one plan. More Details...


Are You New To Medicare?? Visit our New To Medicare page for helpful tips and important enrollment facts. You should be aware of the various enrollment periods and you can save time and money by simply knowing the facts
How to Find The Best Medicare Plan: Finding the best Medicare plan to suit your specific individual needs is a very important task. It is crucial to review your plan each year and it is usually wise to use an experienced Medicare health insurance broker to assist you in this process. Medicare plans change each year and rates go up as well as co-pays and deductibles. You may have had the best plan last year and find out that another company is offering a better deal for the next upcoming year. For these reasons, it is in your best interest to contact a licensed broker to do a Free plan comparison. You can call toll free 1-866-397-9317 or click here for quick access

How Can a Medicare Advantage Plan Have A $0 monthly Premium?: Medicare advantage plans are administered by private insurance companies with a contract from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and receive a subsidy for every member that enrolls in their plan. There are additional subsidies for Part D coverage. In many  cases if you shop around you may be able to get a great deal on a combined health and prescription drug plan if there is one offered in your area.