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Christian Brindle was raised & brought up around the insurance industry. With his dad being an insurance broker for close to 30 years, Christian had the luxury of being able to learn all about the industry from a young age. Christian has worked with people far and wide on their Medicare plans and has seen close to any situation. Christian believes in empowering people on Medicare by not just finding them a plan, but showing them and educating them on why that plan is a good fit. Christian hosts the most popular Medicare podcast on the internet called The Everything Medicare Podcast, written and published two books about Medicare, and is the founder of his own company that is dedicated to helping people on Medicare everywhere. Don't forget to like and subscribe for more videos! If you would like to work with Christian on your Medicare Health Plan, we currently work with people in Utah, Idaho, Oregon, Texas, Florida, South Carolina, Washington, and Colorado. Those are the states we currently are licensed in. Christian and Christian Brindle Insurance Services represents many of the top insurance companies in the Medicare industry. Contact us for more information: (801)-255-5340. Visit our website for more information: 🤍christianbrindleinsuranceservices.com Pick up Christian's Medicare Guidance book and learn everything you need to know to make a good choice: 🤍 Follow us on social! Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 If you are sick of ads on your Podcast listens, now they can go away! Stitcher Premium is here to meet all of your Podcast needs. Go to stitcher.com/premium to sign up today! Use promo code MEDICARE for 1 month free ON US!
Medicare.gov Why you want to visit this site and what it can do for your potential insureds! In this video, I will show you why you should go here to do some research for you potential insureds. I will also show you what kind of info you will find. ✔️✔️If you are on the sidelines and wondering if you should get in the game, this is the best time in history to get into the Medicare game. ✔️✔️We have anywhere between 10,000 to 15,000 seniors a day turning 65. ✔️✔️Seniors need our help and more importantly, they want our help!! ✔️✔️Simply Health Insurance is dedicated to helping agents and agencies SELL MORE INSURANCE!!!. If you want more information on how to get started in the Medicare space or what to learn more, please reach out to me Luis Moreno (210) 639-0738 Luis🤍simplyhealthinsurance.net Best Medicare Plan Information 210-639-0738 Call or Text 24 hrs Our site: 🤍simplyhealthinsurance.net Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe here on Youtube: 🤍 Make sure to also click on the BELL icon when you subscribe! Our service is 100% Free and we have the same rates the carriers have, directly, so you get us for free! Reach out to Luis directly: luis🤍simplyhealthinsurance.net Please Like & Subscribe ALWAYS feel free to suggest a topic you would like us to cover!
Creating an account on Medicare's website, so you can sign up for Part D coverage, is simple and easy. Here is the link to the homepage: 🤍 For accommodation of persons with special needs at meetings call 1-775-828-1216 (TTY:711)
Andrew Walsh Phone: (920) 960-4312 Email: MedicareScreenShare🤍gmail.com Website: 🤍 Compare Medicare Part D and Medicare Advantage Plans: 🤍 The 3 biggest mistakes you can make when enrolling into Medicare at 65 are not signing up for Medicare at the right time, choosing a plan that does not meet your needs, and not working with an agent. Let's discuss all three of these mistakes right now. The first Mistake people make is that they do not enroll into Medicare at the correct time. When you turn 65 you have 7 months to enroll into Medicare. This is considered your Initial enrollment period. Your initial enrollment period stars 3 months before you turn 65, includes the month of your 65th birthday, and goes up to 3 months after the month of your 65. You will enroll into medicare at this time if you are retired or if you have a group or employer plan where Medicare is the primary payer. Medicare will most likely be the primary payer if the employer has fewer than 20 employees. Make sure check with your benefits department at work to find out if your employer coverage or Medicare will be the primary payer, and if Medicare is primary you will need to enroll into Medicare during your Initial Enrollment Period. You can enroll into Medicare later if you have credible coverage from an employer and that employer has more than 20 employees. When you retire from your employer you have a Special Enrollment period where you have 8 months after you retire and loose coverage to begin Medicare. So missing your Initial Enrollment Period or Special Enrollment period is were the mistake happens. If you miss your enrollment period you will need to wait until General Enrollment Period that runs between January 1st and March 31st of each year to get onto Medicare. Signing up during this time will make your Medicare effective July 1st. You will then be penalized with your Medicare Part B premium going up 10% for each full 12 month period that you could have had Medicare Part B. You will also most likely need to pay a late enrollment penalty for Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage when you finally do enroll in Medicare with a Medicare Part D plan. You pay the Medicare Part D late enrollment penalty if you go more than 63 days without creditable drug coverage. The Part D late enrollment penalty amount is 1% of the national base beneficiary premium for each uncovered month that you did not have Part D or other creditable prescription drug coverage. The national base beneficiary premium for 2020 is $32.74. So missing your Medicare enrollment can really cost you especially if you wait more than one year after you should have started Medicare. The next Major mistake is picking a Medicare Supplement, Medicare Advantage, or Medicare Part D plan that does not meet you needs. Medicare Supplement are hardest to mess up because they do not have networks of hospitals or doctors. The big mistakes made with Medicare Supplements is missing your initial 6 month open enrollment where you can enroll in any Supplement without any health questions, or paying more than you should for coverage. Medicare supplements are standardized by letter so they must offer the same basic benefits, but you could be paying way to much for a plan if you do not look at all the Medicare Supplement companies in your area… Now you can really mess up when enrolling in the wrong Medicare Advantage or Medicare Part D plan. Medicare Advantage plans have networks so make sure you pick a plan that covers the hospitals and doctors you want to work with in your area. Also because most Medicare Advantage plans include Prescription drug coverage, make sure that the Medicare Advantage plan you are considering covers your prescriptions at a reasonable cost. If you do need to get a stand alone Medicare Part D prescription drug plan to work alongside your Medicare Advantage or Medicare Supplement Plan make sure to shop the market every year so you are paying as little as possible for coverage. You can compare both Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D plans at the end of each year during the Annual Election Period that runs between October 15h and December 7th. Durning this time you can call Medicare or use Medicare’s Plan Finder Tool at 🤍medicare.gov/plan-compare/. I will have a video you can click on as soon as this video ends that explains how to use the Plan Finder tool, or you can use the link in the description to try it out yourself. The last mistake is not working with an Independent agent, and thinking you can navigate all the complexities of Medicare by yourself. It takes years to understand all the basics of Medicare and after 7 years I’m still learning new things about Medicare. So make sure to find a good agent who can keep you on track with your enrollment and help you pick the best Medicare Insurance plans for you.
* PLEASE READ IMPORTANT UPDATE: The Medicare.gov website has recently changed, and we now recommend going straight to 🤍 to begin your application. At 1:53 in this video we pick up on that exact application process. Thanks for watching! 🤍 | (888) 465-9728 | If you are turning 65 and NOT collecting social security benefits, you will need to sign up for medicare during your initial enrollment period in order to avoid a penalty. One of the easiest ways to enroll in Medicare is to enroll online. You also have the options of calling social security (1-800-772-12130 or going down to your local social security office to enroll in Medicare. If you want to sign up online, you can do so if: • Are at least 64 years and 9 months old; • Want to sign up for Medicare but do not currently have ANY Medicare coverage; • Do not want to start receiving Social Security benefits at this time; and • Are not currently receiving Social Security retirement, disability or survivors benefits. If you fit these criteria you can go ahead and sign up for Medicare online up to 3 months before the month that you turn 65. If you sign up before your birth month, you Medicare effective date will be the first day of the month that you turn 65 (unless you are born on the 1st of the month in which case it will be the first day of the month prior). If you delayed Part B because you were actively working and receiving health benefits through your job then you will need to go down to your social security office to enroll in Part B and you’ll need to have two forms: 🤍 🤍
Easy to follow step-by-step instructions on how to use Medicare Plan Finder to find and compare plans in your area that meet your needs. Official Medicare video.
You can estimate your drug costs at Medicare.gov/plan-compare. If you need help with comparing or paying your prescription drug costs, you can also visit Medicare.gov to learn about programs that can help.
If you are looking for assistance exploring Medicare supplement plan options, tune in as KSB Patient Navigator, Jason Brusky, provides you a step-by-step tutorial on how to access the Medicare.gov website and shows you how to review the various plans. He will also show how to compare part D and Medicare Advantage Plans based on your medications.
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Do you have a Medicare Supplement Plan and trying to figure out which Doctors, Hospitals and other Healthcare Providers accept Original Medicare in your area? There is a very useful tool that we recommend our clients to use located right on the Medicare.gov’s website and it’s called the “Medicare Physician Finder Tool”. In this video, we will give you a step-by-step tutorial on where to go to find this tool, how to use this tool, and how this tool can benefit you when looking up doctors in your area. This tool is only for Medicare Beneficiaries that have a Medicare Supplement Plan, not for people with Medicare Advantage Plans. It’s important to note that policyholders with a Medigap plan have NO NETWORKS – it does not matter which company you choose; United Healthcare, Bluecross Blueshield, Aetna, Cigna, Mutual of Omaha, New Era or any other company…You can see any doctor that accepts Original Medicare. Here are the step-by-step instructions on how to use the “Medicare Physician Finder Tool” on Medicare.gov: 1) Go to 🤍 2) Scroll down and click on the binoculars icon that says “Find Care – Search all providers & facilities” 3) Under “I want to find” (in the green text) click on the “Doctors & other health professionals” bullet 4) Then, it will take you to a page where you can enter in your location; enter in your city, state, or zip 5) Next, use the search bar right next to the location field – this is where you can enter anything from a doctors name, a specialty doctor, by a condition, etc. 6) Then, it will populate and list all the different doctor options in your area. Depending on what criteria you typed in, you can have several or hundreds of doctor options. 7) You may utilize the filters at the top of the page to narrow down your search results if you prefer. Some of the filters include the miles radius, doctor gender, certification-type doctors, etc. There you have it! It’s as simple as those 7 steps mentioned above to find a specific (or generic) doctors or hospitals in your area. We hope you found this video useful! If you did, please make sure you give this video a thumbs up and subscribe to our channel! ▬ Important Links ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL! 🤍 HAVE A QUESTION? GIVE US A CALL OR EMAIL US! 1-(888)-321-6361 • help🤍medicarehero.com NEW TO MEDICARE? ATTEND OUR FREE ONLINE WEBINAR! 🤍 LOOKING TO COMPARE RATES? GET A FREE MEDICARE QUOTE HERE: 🤍 FREE DOWNLOAD: "The Stress Free Guide To Medicare" 🤍 VISIT OUR WEBSITE 🤍 CONNECT WITH US! Facebook • 🤍 YouTube • 🤍 Instagram • 🤍 LinkedIn • 🤍 Twitter • 🤍 SEE WHAT OUR CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT US! READ OUR REVIEWS: 🤍
Sign up for MyMedicare.gov, where you can access your personal Medicare information 24 hours a day, every day. You can: Track your health care claims View your "Medicare Summary Notices" (MSNs) Order a replacement Medicare card Check your Medicare Part B deductible status View your eligibility information Track your preventive services Find information about your Medicare health plan or Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (Part D), or search for a new one Keep your Medicare information in one convenient place
mymedicare.gov is the official government website created by CMS. This website also happens to be one of the best places to go for YOUR personal Medicare information. Check out our video to learn how to maximize this excellent tool. For more info check out our website at 🤍
Today we are going to go over how to navigate the Medicare.gov website to see and compare different plans for your beneficiaries. If you have any questions don't hesitate to reach out to us and we can help you! Johnny: (714) 803-6732 Recruiting: (888) 435-7857 Corporate Office: (800) 288-9250
What are the NEW SHOCKING POSITIVE CHANGES to Medicare Part B in 2023? In this video, we will discuss 3 MAJOR POSITIVE changes to your Medicare Part B. We will also inform you on what changes to look out for regarding your Parts C, D, and Medigap (Supplemental) plans. *Bonus Ending* 3 Things To Do and NOT Do for the 2023 Open Enrollment! Contact Us (No Cost & No Fee) Your Retirement Advisor (18 Years) Kai & Ann Chung & Gracie (Our Retirement Puppy) 408-502-7080 🤍RetiringOptions.com KCIIS (KC Independent Insurance Solutions, LLC) Chapters: 0:00 Shocking Medicare Changes! 0:28 Change #1: Medicare Part B Premium 1:01 Why the 14.5% in 2022? 1:57 Breaking News! Part B Premium for 2023 is... 2:54 Change #2: Part B IEP 7:01 Change #3: Part B GEP 8:57 Bonus Ending! Part C & D Changes Links: CMS Letter For Medicare Changes 🤍 Aduhelm Controversy CNBC News 🤍 Working Past 65 🤍 🤍 BEST Medicare Plan & Mistakes to Avoid (Advantage vs Supplement Plans) 🤍 #medicare #retirement #medicarepartb #KCIIS #KaiChung
Each year from October 15 to December 7, Medicare beneficiaries have an opportunity to review their drug card to make sure the best plan is selected. Medicare.gov has a great tool to analyze your Part D Prescription Drug Coverage. This brief video is intended to help individuals understand how to use the tool, read the reports, and select the best drug card. For FREE help finding a Medicare plan, go to 🤍senior-advisors.com or call 1-908-272-1970
Medicare.gov changed something on the website just a couple of days after recording this video. For the first step in the video, instead of clicking "Find Health & Drug Plans" under "Drug Coverage (Part D)", you need to click the Green Button on the left side of the page that says "Find Health & Drug Plans". Everything else in the video should be aligned Each year from October 15 to December 7, Medicare beneficiaries have an opportunity to review their drug card to make sure the best plan is selected. Medicare.gov has a great tool to analyze your Part D Prescription Drug Coverage. This brief video is intended to help individuals understand how to use the tool, read the reports, and select the best drug card. For FREE help finding a Medicare plan, go to 🤍senior-advisors.com or call 1-908-272-1970.
Agents must be able to guide their clients through any medicare of their concerns. A great resource that an agent has at their disposal is Medicare.gov. Correctly understanding the ins and out of this website is crucial in providing clients with all the information they need to succeed.
If you are looking for a great way to shop for a Medicare Prescription Drug Plans (Part D) then you have come to the right spot! In this video, we will give you a step-by-step tutorial, on how to use Medicare.gov’s new and improved “Plan Finder Tool”. We will give you an in-depth, unbiased, explanation on the ins and outs of this tool located right on Medicare.gov’s website and how it can benefit you when selecting a Medicare plan. Medicare's Plan Finder Tool is a great self-service tool to shop for Prescription Drug Plans (Part D) and Medicare Advantage Plans online. With this free online tool you can compare your Medicare Advantage coverage options, shop for drug plans, keep track of your prescription medications, and so much more. Some of the things we will cover in this video: • Step-by-step walkthrough on where to go to find this tool and how to use it • Pros + Cons of the tool • Recommendations for uses of the tool • What type of coverage its best to use for • What to avoid when using the tool • Example walkthrough tutorial • How-to use the prescription drug plan tool • In-depth explanation for each options offered and what it means for you (in simple terms) There you have it! A quick and simple overview of Medicare's new Plan Finder Tool. We hope you found this video useful. If you did, please make sure you give this video a thumbs up, subscribe to our channel, and share with your friends! ▬ Important Links ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL! 🤍 HAVE A QUESTION? GIVE US A CALL OR EMAIL US! 1-(888)-321-6361 • help🤍medicarehero.com NEW TO MEDICARE? ATTEND OUR FREE ONLINE WEBINAR! 🤍 LOOKING TO COMPARE RATES? GET A FREE MEDICARE QUOTE HERE: 🤍 FREE DOWNLOAD: "The Stress Free Guide To Medicare" 🤍 VISIT OUR WEBSITE 🤍 CONNECT WITH US! Facebook • 🤍 YouTube • 🤍 Instagram • 🤍 LinkedIn • 🤍 Twitter • 🤍 SEE WHAT OUR CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT US! READ OUR REVIEWS: 🤍
This short video provides a Demo of the new "What's Covered" App which was created by CMS to help seniors understand the services covered by Original Medicare. You can download the App on the App Store (Apple devices) or Google Play (Android Devices). For more information or help getting setup with your Medicare Plans, go to our website 🤍senior-advisors.com or give us a call at 908-272-1970.
Choosing the right Medicare Part D plan for your clients begins with their prescriptions. Using the Plan Finder on Medicare.gov, we teach you how to search for prescription drug plans. Download the Prescription Drug Plan Search Form shown in the video at: 🤍 Interested in more articles, videos, and podcast episodes? Visit ritterim.com #medicare #prescription #pdp
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