Aetna Medicare Supplement Texas

The Aetna Medicare Supplement plans and rates in Texas are some of the most competitively priced Medigap plans available. Rates will usually be determined by your county of residence.  The available plans in Texas are F, G and N.  Plan F is the most comprehensive of all plans currently available.

When you go to a general practitioner, specialist, urgent care or hospital, you do not have any out of pocket costs.  There are not any co-pays, percentages or deductibles for you to pay, regardless if it is for a doctor visit, lab or radiology or surgery.  Just make sure the provider accepts Medicare and you’ll be just fine!

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.

1853 – Aetna Insurance Company organized an annuity fund to sell life insurance in 1850. In 1853, the Annuity department separates from Aetna Insurance and is incorporated as Aetna Life Insurance Company. The company’s first president is Eliphalet A. Bulkeley. The “Aetna” name is retained to take advantage of the good reputation of the original Aetna. The name was inspired by an 11,000-foot volcano on the eastern shores of Sicily, Mt. Etna, which was the most active volcano in Europe.

Guarantee-Issue Options … Initial Open Enrollment Period (IEP), is a 7 month window starting three months prior to your Part B coverage effective date, and ending three month after the month of eligibility.  If you become eligible when you turn age 65, the effective date is the first of the month on your birthday month.  If you become eligible due to a disability, your month of eligibility is the 25th month of receiving Social Security disability insurance (SSDI).

  • If a Medicare beneficiary is enrolled in an employer-sponsored plan and the plan terminates or ceases to provide benefits.
  • If a Medicare beneficiary is enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan and; 1) the plan’s certification is terminated, or 2) the plan ceases to provide all services, or 3) the enrollee moves out of the service area, or 4) the plan violates the contract, 5) misrepresents during marketing.
  • If a Medicare beneficiary is enrolled in a Medicare Supplement policy, terminates it and enrolls for the first time in a Medicare Advantage Plan, and dis-enrolls from the chosen coverage within the first6 12 months as permitted under federal law.
  • If an individual is first eligible for Medicare Part A and B and enrolls in a Medicare Advantage plan, and dis-enrolls within the first 12 months after enrollment as permitted by federal law.

All Medicare Supplement companies including Aetna must follow these federal laws.

You can sign up for an Aetna Medicare Supplement plan at anytime of the year.  There are no special open-enrollment periods.  The open enrollment periods only apply to Medicare Part D and Medicare Advantage plans.  So don’t wait, you can enroll today.

Enrolling is Simple & Fast … I can email, fax or mail the application to you.  After you receive it, please call me and I can walk you through it.  Then simply fax it back to me for processing.  I will make sure the process is quick, accurate and our requested effective date is honored.

Call today, and I will answer all of your questions right over the phone, there’s no obligation.

John Conner

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