Mutual of Omaha Medicare Supplement plans not only include Plan F, but also plans; A, G & M. In some states the plans include: A, B, C, D, F, G and M.
Mutual of Omaha is not only one of the largest Medicare Supplement companies in the U.S., they are also known as a “go to” company because of their competitive rates and consistent customer services. I also find them to be one of the better companies to deal with. When a client of mine calls and needs answers or changes to their plan, I want a company which is easy to contact and makes changes quickly and accurately. For this reason, I highly recommend Mutual of Omaha and the different plans they offer.
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Enrolling is Easy … If you are new to Medicare or have been with other Medicare Supplement plans, the enrollment process is simple. I can email an application for your state of residence and all you need to do is complete the enrollment forms and email or fax them back to me. I’ll do the rest to make sure your application is processed quickly and you are given the effective date you desire.
Under Age 65 on Medicare … If you are under age 65 and on Medicare, you may be eligible to enroll in a Medicare Supplement plan from Mutual of Omaha. Depending on your state of residence a Medicare Supplement of your choice may be available to you. Remember only certain states offer “under-age 65 Medicare Supplement plans. Click here for more info. If your state does not participate, you may want to look into Medicare Advantage plans which work a little different from a Medicare Supplement plan. The best place to check for Medicare Advantage plans in your area is the Medicare website: www.Medicare.gov. Please feel free to call, because this does seem to be a bit confusing depending on your situation.
Keep in mind all “Plan F’s” are the same regardless of who is providing the coverage. You will want to look at the monthly rates, financial strength and of course customer service. Also, you will need to look into a Medicare Part D Rx plan because Medicare Supplement plans do not include a prescription plan.