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Medicare in Tucson and throughout Arizona.

As Medicare evolves to meet the needs of today’s world, the plans and offerings have become more complex. Understanding the various parts and supplemental options can help you choose a coverage plan to suit your needs. We’ll help you evaluate your needs so you can make an informed decision.

Our licensed insurance agent take time to understand your unique needs, identify and eliminate gaps in coverage that might leave you exposed and create custom plans that fit your medical needs. We’re in the business of helping people protect what they value and have worked so hard to build.

Medicare Advantage Plans

Medicare Advantage plans, sometimes referred to as Medicare Part C or MA plans, are an alternative to Original Medicare Parts A and B. These plans have many things in common with Original Medicare, and may also include a Prescription Drug Plan

Medicare Part D

Original Medicare Parts A and B do not include coverage for prescription drugs. Medicare Part D was established in 2003 as part of the Medicare Prescription Drug Improvement and Modernization Act, or MMA. Medicare began to cover prescription drugs under Part D in 2006.

ACA and Short-Term Medical Plans

Individuals generally become eligible for Medicare when they turn 65. It could be earlier in certain situations. But what happens if you retire or otherwise lose coverage before you turn 65 and gain Medicare eligibility? There are options for you to fill the gap.

Dental, Vision, and Hearing Plans

Medicare, Medicare Supplement Insurance, Medigap, and many Medicare Advantage plans do not cover most expenses associated with dental, vision, and hearing services. However, standalone plans are available to help defray some of these costs.

Original Medicare

Medicare is available to most people aged 65 or older who have paid Medicare taxes while working, as well as some younger people with disabilities or end-stage renal disease. Medicare is divided into several sections with differing costs and choices. Rules concerning enrollment eligibility and timing must be considered.