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USE POLICY ENGINEER’S LARGE NETWORK OF INSURANCE COMPANIES TO
FIND THE MEDICARE INSURANCE PLAN THAT BEST FITS YOU.

Medicare Supplement

Get prices & benefit comparisons from the top Medicare Supplement insurance companies in your area.

AS A MEDICARE BENEFICIARY YOU ARE IN CONTROL OF YOUR HEALTH CARE.
LET US HELP YOU FIND THE PLAN THAT WAS ENGINEERED FOR PEOPLE JUST LIKE YOU.

THERE ARE TWO MAIN WAYS TO GET YOUR MEDICARE

Option 1 = NO NETWORK | NO REFERRAL
Original Medicare + Medicare Supplement + Part D

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Option 2 = NETWORK REQUIRED | REFERRAL REQUIRED
Medicare Advantage Plans / Part – C

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Enrolling in a Medicare Plan with Policy Engineer is simple!

  1. Determine the type of insurance you need.
  2. Answer a few quick questions to get a quote.
  3. Pick the company and options that you prefer.
  4. Complete an online application yourself or schedule a virtual meeting to enroll with a licensed Policy Engineer.
Medicare Supplement

Get prices & benefit comparisons from the top Medicare Supplement insurance companies in your area.

CONSUMER BUYING TIPS

Avoid some of the most common mistakes by checking out our consumer buying tips below, don’t find out there was a better way after you’ve already enrolled.

Same Benefits
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Before Policy Engineer: $250.48 / mo
After Policy Engineer: $175.62 / mo

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No matter what your needs are there is a policy that was engineered for someone just like you,
click one of the plan types below to get the started.

Flip the tiles below to see how a Medicare Advantage plan
might pick up some costs that Medicare won’t.
Medicare does not cover dental, but most Medicare Advantage plans have optional dental coverage or you can enroll in a separate dental plan. Click here to find a plan that offers dental.

Medicare doesn’t include optometry services like routine eye checks, prescription lenses or contact lenses. Simply add a vision package to your Medicare Advantage plan. Click here.

Hearing aids can get expensive so if you know you’ll be in need of them make sure you research a Medicare Advantage plan with hearing aid coverage, click here to find a plan to cover your hearing aids.

It’s rare that Medicare will classify Chiropractic visits as a medical need, meaning it’s not covered. Some Advantage plans will offer covered visits per year. Click here to find a plan that works with your chiropractor.

Medicare covers the first 20 days in a SNF, then days 21-100 have a limit of $176/ day but your Medicare Advantage plan will cover most of the $176. Click here to find a plan with the lowest co-pay for SNF.

It’s common to need a ride to a Dr. visit or physical therapy, some Medicare Advantage plans provide a limited number of paid rides each year. Click here to find a plan that can give you a lift.

Bunions, corns, hammertoes see to be on the list of reasons you might want to have routine foot care, Medicare alone doesn’t cover it but you Medicare Advantage plan can. Click here to find the right plan.


Acupuncture is a common way to manage pain but Medicare doesn’t cover it. Click here to find a Medicare Advantage plan that supports your acupuncture regimen.

Deciding which Medicare Supplement Plan is right for you

How do I compare Medigap policies? The chart below shows basic information about the different benefits that Medigap policies cover for 2020. If a percentage appears, the Medigap plan covers that percentage of the benefit, and you’re responsible for the rest. As an example if the chart shows 100% you would be responsible for zero.

* Plans F and G also offer a high-deductible plan…
* * For Plans K and L…
* * * Plan N has a copayment…

* Plans F and G also offer a high-deductible plan in some states. With this option, you must pay for Medicare-covered costs (coinsurance, copayments, and deductibles) up to the deductible amount of $2,340 in 2020 before your policy pays anything. (Plans C and F won’t be available to people who are newly eligible for Medicare on or after January 1, 2020.)
* * For Plans K and L, after you meet your out-of-pocket yearly limit and your yearly Part B deductible ($198 in 2020), the Medigap plan pays 100% of covered services for the rest of the calendar year.
* * * Plan N pays 100% of the Part B coinsurance, except for a copayment of up to $20 for some office visits and up to a $50 copayment for emergency room visits that don’t result in an inpatient admission.

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WHEN CAN I APPLY FOR COVERAGE?

If you’re not sure if you are currently eligible to apply for coverage use the chart below. Find your reason on the left, then look down the row to the right to determine if you are eligible, how long you have to apply, and if you will have any underwriting as a part of the approval process.

* Must have left a Medicare Advantage plan and returned to Original Medicare during the Jan 1 – Mar 31 Open Election Period to be eligible to apply for a Part – D plan.

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TO BETTER UNDERSTAND YOUR OPTIONS

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Not all Part – D prescription insurance plans are created equal, different plans can cater to have more coverage during one or more of the 4 stages to your Part – D coverage. Medicare has a 4 stage structure to how you pay for prescriptions through out the year. Get the plan that fit’s your needs best. Click here to start comparing plans.

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Stage 1
Deductible

Deductibles vary between Medicare drug plans. No Medicare drug plan may have a deductible more than $435 in 2020. Some Medicare drug plans don’t have a deductible.

Remember even if you don’t take any prescriptions it may be a good idea to get on a plan to avoid a penalty in the future. If you go without Part D now you will incur a permanent penalty in the future should you end up joining a plan.

Stage 2
Initial Coverage

Co-payment – Set amount according to tier.
Coinsurance – Percent of drug cost.

Stage 3
Coverage Gap

Once you and your plan have spent $4,020 on covered drugs in 2020, you’re in the coverage gap. You’ll pay no more than 25% of the cost for your plan’s covered brand-name prescription drugs.

Stage 4
Catastrophic

Once you’ve spent $6,350 out-of-pocket in 2020, you’re out of the coverage gap and you will automatically get Catastrophic Coverage. You’ll pay no more than 5% coinsurance for your plans covered brand-name prescription drugs.

Remember even if you don’t take any prescriptions it may be a good idea to get on a plan to avoid a penalty in the future. If you go without Part D now you will incur a permanent penalty in the future should you end up joining a plan.