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Medicare Quotes

Requesting and comparing Medicare quotes are important steps in ensuring you’re enrolled in a Medicare plan that aligns with your health needs and your financial situation. easyMedicare.com provides Medicare quotes online and through no-cost consultations with licensed insurance agents. Keep reading to learn more about requesting Medicare quotes that will help you choose the right plan for your needs.

Understanding the Types of Medicare Quotes

You can receive quotes for three primary types of Medicare plans: Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, and Medicare Prescription Drug Plans. Original Medicare, Parts A and B, is provided through a federal program and the coverage is the same for everyone. Medicare Part A and B premiums are set annually by the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS), so you generally will not need a quote for these parts of Medicare.

What’s Included in a Medicare Quote?

When you receive a quote for a Medicare plan (Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, or Part D), it should include the benefits offered by the plans and an overview of the costs. This information will aid you in making an informed decision about your Medicare coverage.

While receiving a quote for a Medicare Advantage Plan, you should also find out whether your healthcare providers are in the plan’s network. Some plans allow you to use out-of-network providers, but there may be additional costs.

If receiving a quote for a Prescription Drug Plan or a Medicare Advantage Plan with prescription coverage, you should confirm that your medications are included in the formulary and at what costs.

Comparing Quotes

When comparing two or more Medicare plans, here are some of the elements you can consider:

  • Premium: You will continue to pay your Part A and Part B deductibles no matter which plan you choose. Some Medicare Advantage plans may have $0 premiums. This is often one of the first elements you will see when you compare plans.
  • Deductible: The deductible is the amount you pay for covered services before Medicare starts paying. There’s a wide range of deductibles in Medicare plans. Some plans may have $0 deductibles, meaning the plan will start paying immediately.
  • Out of pocket maximum: This is the most you have to pay for deductibles, copays, and other out of pocket expenses. After you reach this maximum, the plan pays for 100% of costs. A large difference in this maximum may make some plans considerably more expensive than others.
  • Copays: Consider the different copays for your primary doctor, specialists, and hospital stays. A major consideration here is not just the flat cost, but your likelihood to use each service. For example, if you visit a lot of specialists, you may choose a plan with a lower specialist copay, even if other costs may be higher.

If you are comparing plans that include prescription drug coverage, there may be a prescription deductible as well. Many Medicare Advantage have $0 prescription deductibles. Each prescription plan has its own formulary, which sets the prices for different tiers of medications.

Who Should Get a Medicare Quote?

Anyone who is eligible for Medicare or already enrolled in Medicare could benefit from receiving a Medicare quote. Many people become eligible for Medicare when turning 65, but you can be eligible through disability when younger than 65.

As your situation changes, it can be useful to receive new Medicare quotes. The costs and benefits of a plan can change every year, so even if you are already enrolled in a Medicare plan, it may be beneficial to review other plans each year to see if there are new benefits or cost savings.

How Many Medicare Quotes Do I Need?

There’s no perfect number, of course, but considering several Medicare quotes may help you find a plan that matches your needs. Medicare plans are offered by zip code, and some zip codes include dozens of plans from many different insurance carriers. While that may sound overwhelming, an insurance agent can help you find the plans that focus on your most important benefits.

Where Do I Get a Medicare Quote?

You can receive Medicare quotes from licensed insurance agents. Agents who represent only one carrier can provide quotes for that carrier’s plans, while some agents represent multiple carriers and can provide quotes for a variety of plans.

These quotes are typically provided over the phone, although you can also review plans online through the Medicare Online Enrollment Portal. Working with a multi-carrier agent may save you time and hassle since you won’t have to source quotes from several different companies.

Medicare Quote Checklist

Use these items to be sure you make the most of your Medicare quotes and find a plan that suits you.

  • Does this plan have a $0 premium or lower my overall costs?
  • Are my most important benefits included in this plan?
  • Is my primary care doctor in the plan’s network?
  • Are my specialists in the plan’s network?
  • Does the plan formulary include my prescriptions?
  • Have I reviewed Medicare quotes from several plans and carriers?

How easyMedicare.com Makes Medicare Quotes Easy

easyMedicare.com provides no-cost Medicare quotes through licensed insurance agents who represent multiple carriers in all 50 states. Based on your zip code, current coverage, and preferred benefits, an easyMedicare.com agent will find the plans that match your needs, sometimes narrowing down a list of dozens, and then assist you in comparing what each plan offers. If you find a plan you like through these quotes, the agent can walk you through the enrollment process as well.

We also offer a convenient online portal for finding and comparing Medicare quotes. Compare quotes from multiple carriers side by side, search plan networks for your doctors, review plan formularies, and more.

Request a Medicare quote now or continue reading to understand Medicare quotes work with enrolling in a Medicare plan.