Omaha Medicare Supplement Plans - One of Mutual of Omaha’s strategies it to stay competitive with Mutual of Omaha Medicare Supplement, along with their affiliates; United of Omaha and United World. Now Mutual of Omaha has a new subsidiary under it’s wing; Omaha Insurance Company. You can expect the same Mutual of Omaha reputation, strength, stability and power from Omaha Insurance Company. Everything which is provided by the other companies, continues under the new Omaha Insurance Company Medicare Supplement plans.
States … Connecticut - Iowa - Kentucky - Maryland - Michigan - Ohio - Pennsylvania - South Carolina - Texas – West Virginia
- Low Rates – Premiums are competitive in most areas!
- Household Discount – If you have have an Omaha Medicare Supplement and you live with a spouse, friend or sibling who also owns either; Omaha, Mutual of Omaha, United World or an United of Omaha Medicare Supplement, both of you will receive the 7% premium discount (Not available in Conn.)
Guaranteed Issue Options … There are many situations which provide a guaranteed-Issue situation. This allows you to enroll in a new company regardless of your current or past health conditions. During this time you do not need to answer any of the “health” or “prescription” questions. Click here to view some of them. New to Medicare, coming off of an employer health insurance plan, your Medicare Advantage is non-renewing or drastically changing are a few of the allowable situations.
Prescriptions 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.
Doctors & Hospitals who Accept Medicare … You must be aware of the three different types of medical providers with regards to who accepts Medicare. Most physicians and hospitals accept Medicare and the Medicare Fee schedule. Some doctors and hospitals are Medicare-Approved and submit claims to Medicare, although they do not accept the Medicare Fee Schedule. These providers you need to know how the Medicare Part B “Excess Charges” works (click here for more info). The third type of doctor is one who has “opted-out” of the Medicare system altogether, and are considered “cash-only” doctors. Upwards of 90% to 95% of all doctors fall into the first two categories.
Enrolling is Simple … Call or email today, and I will email, fax or mail the enrollment for to you, for a quick and easy process.
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