Health Insurance Is About More Than Premiums Alone
Unless a person under the age of 65 has a qualifying medical condition, he or she cannot enroll in the Medicare program to obtain health coverage. However, there are a variety of alternative medical insurance options from which to choose. Educating yourself on those options is an important first step to obtaining the right health coverage for your circumstances as well as saving money on health insurance. Medical insurance coverage, and the premiums they charge, can differ among health insurance companies as well as among plans offered by the same insurance company.
Our parent company, eHealth, provides assistance in finding affordable health insurance for individuals and families. The tools allow you to compare premiums among insurance plans for health care. Additionally, when you find the right medical plan for your needs, you can apply online in minutes.
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Medicare Advantage Plans, sometimes called "Part C" or "MA Plans," are offered by private companies approved by Medicare and provide Medicare Part A and Part B coverage. Medicare prescription drug coverage is insurance run by an insurance company or other private company approved by Medicare. A Medicare Supplement plan is a health insurance plan provided by a private company that fills in the "gaps" in original Medicare coverage.