Mutual of Omaha Medicare Supplement – Oregon

Mutual of Omaha Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plans in Oregon, should be one of the companies you compare if you are new to medicare or shopping for a new company.

In Oregon, Mutual of Omaha, UnitedHealthcare and and Aetna, are all very competitive through out the State. Depending on your zip code and age, any one of these may be your choice.  There may be one or two companies with a lower premium for certain age groups or zip codes, but overall the Mutual of Omaha plans are extremely competitive.

Mutual of Omaha …

A+ financial rating, decades of Medicare Supplement experience along with proven excellent customer service, the Mutual of Omaha companies provide unquestionable stability and competitiveness in the Medicare Supplement market place.

Doctors & Hospitals …

With Original Medicare and a Medicare Supplement plan, you are able to see any Physician, Specialist and Hospital in the United States if they are Medicare approved.  You no longer need to verify if your doctor or hospital accepts a particular insurance company or plan.

With a Medicare Supplement all you need to do is make sure they accept Medicare.  No need to worry about state borders or insurance provider networks, simply make sure your doctor accepts Medicare and your medical services will be covered depending on the plan you have chosen.

Medicare Parts A & B …

In order to enroll in a Medicare Supplement plan you must first have in force both Medicare Parts A and B.  You will be given a Medicare card with effective dates for both Parts.  Once your Part B goes into effect you will have 6 months to enroll without having to answer any health or prescription questions on the application.  This 6 month window is called the “Initial Enrollment Period,” which is a guaranteed-issue period.

Medicare Supplement …

Every Medicare Supplement policy must follow Federal and state laws designed to protect you, and the policy must be clearly identified as “Medicare Supplement Insurance.”  Medigap Insurance companies in most states can only sell you a “standardized” Medigap policy identified by letters A through N.

Each standardized Medicare Supplement policy must offer the same basic benefits, no matter which insurance company sells it.  Premium payments are usually the only difference between Medigap policies with the same letter sold by different insurance companies.  In Massachusetts, Minnesota and Wisconsin, the Medicare Supplement policies are standardized in a different way.

What Medicare Supplement policies don’t cover …

Generally, Medigap policies don’t cover long-term care, vision, dental care, hearing aids, eyeglasses, and private duty nursing. Care in a nursing home or home care is a covered expense as long as the condition is for recovery.  If the condition is considered degenerative in nature, Medicare will stop coverage and you will need a “long-term care” type of policy to cover at that point.

Medicare Part D Rx plans …

With a Medicare Supplement policy, you will also need to enroll in a Medicare Part D Rx plan for your prescription coverage.  The best place to start is right here!  Email your medication list to me with the name of the drug, dosage and frequency.  I will enter the information into the Medicare website, and email the comparison results to you.  The results will show the top 3 plans in your county, which provides the best coverage for the lowest cost for your prescriptions.  Please call anytime I am happy to help.  Click here for Part D info 

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John Conner


Medicare Plan Options ... Medicare Supplement, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Part D Rx

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