Forethought Medicare Supplement plans have been around since 1985. Headquartered in Houston Texas, with insurance operations in Indiana, Forethought’s ongoing success is underpinned by strong financial performance and a proven reputation for honoring it’s commitments.
Competitive and consistent rates, Forethought has become one of the “goto” companies for Medicare beneficiaries looking for a company they can count on.
Did you know … you can change your Medicare Supplement company & plan anytime of the year. Why wait if you can start saving money today by switching companies.
Forethought Medicare Supplement plans offered in the above states consist of: Plans A, C, F, G and N. Plan F is the most comprehensive of all Medicare Supplement plan currently available. With Plan F, you will see no out of pocket co-pays, co-insurance or deductibles when you visit a Medicare approved doctor or hospital.
Compare Forethought … If you are new to Medicare or shopping for a Medicare Supplement plan be sure to include Forethought with comparing rates of other companies. Simply click on your state above to view the most current rates.
Medicare Part D Rx Plans … You will also need to enroll in a separate Medicare part D Rx plan, which will help you pay for your prescription costs. A good place to start you search is right here. Simply email a list of your current medications along with the dosage and frequency.
I’ll enter the information into the Medicare system, to come up with the top 3 plans for your prescription list. The results will show the best three plans for coverage and cost for your medications. I will then email the results to you. Here is a good place to start.
- Medicare Part A (Hospital) You are responsible for the $1,316.00 “Benefit Period” deductible. This is not an annual deductible. The benefit period is every 60 days, meaning you may be responsible for this Part A deductible several times within a year.
- Medicare Part B (Outpatient) $183.00 annual outpatient deductible.
- Medicare Part B (Outpatient) Co-insurance – Once you have satisfied the Part B deductible of $140, you are responsible for 20% of all outpatient costs which are not covered by Medicare.
Enroll Today … Medicare Parts A and B are needed before you can apply for a Medicare Supplement or Part D Rx plan. Once your Part B coverage is in force you will have 6 months from the Part B start date to enroll in a Medicare Supplement plan.
This 6-month period is called the “Initial Enrollment Period.” If you are on an Employer Group Health Insurance Plan and are past your Initial Enrollment period, you still granted 63 days from the end of your Group Health plan to enroll guaranteed-issue.
To enroll, I will send you the appropriate enrollment forms. When complete simply fax, email or mail the forms back to me for processing. I’ll do the rest to make sure the process is quick and accurate, with your desired effective date.