Anthem Blue Cross Medicare Supplement plans in the Sacramento California region provides some of the most competitive rates of all the other Medicare Supplement carriers.
There may be one or two who have lower rates at this time, although over a 5 year period Anthem is tough to beat!
- Anthem Innovative Plan F includes Vision & Hearing.
The Sacramento Medicare Supplement region (Rate Guide) Includes: Elk Grove, Roseville, El Dorado Hills, Lincoln, Placer County, San Joaquin County which is mainly Stockton and Lodi, and down to Fresno, then all the way up to Redding and Chico, and west to San Francisco, San Jose, Monterey, Alameda, Contra Costa and Santa Clara. It’s quite a large area for the same rates. You can see the Anthem rates for Sacramento Click here.
Take Advantage of the Great Sacramento Area Hospitals: Sutter – UC Davis – Methodist – Shriner’s – Mercy
Medicare Supplement plans provide rates for different parts of a state. So take advantage of the fact you live in the Sacramento region and also Northern California which is the most competitive section of our beautiful state.
Don’t Forget your Sacramento Part D plan … You will also need to enroll in a Medicare Part D Rx plan in Sacramento County, to help pay for your prescription costs. Medicare Supplement plans do not include prescription coverage, so you will need to compare the available plans in Sacramento County, or if in Placer, El Dorado, Yolo or other county. Part D Rx info
Most Medicare Supplement members will Mix-N-Match their Medigap plan with a different Medicare Part D plan. Just because your Sacramento Medicare Supplement plan provides great rates, it doesn’t mean they will also provide coverage for your prescription needs.
The best place to compare Part D plans is: www.Medicare.gov, this site allows you to enter your current prescriptions in return it will provide information on all the available plans in your county. If you would like assistance please call and I’ll help you find the best plan for your needs.
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I can take most of the information over the phone, or you can complete the enrollment form, the process takes approximately a week or two, once completed the ID card and policy are mailed directly to you. Please either fax, email or mail the enrollment forms to me, I will make sure the process is done quickly and accurately with your desired effective date.
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