Finding a genuine advocate who works for you long term can be a challenge in the world of Medicare, and unfortunately, has been for years. Many people, and often enough those on fixed incomes, find that they cannot afford the insurance itself, let alone the bills that come with obtaining medical services. Do we think these good folks could use an advocate? Absolutely!
When considering Medicare Insurance Plans options, generally there are two schools of thought often coupled with emotion:
- Medicare is either a burden. A ball of confusion leading to frustration. Or
- Medicare is the greatest program ever that provides most everything that anyone could hope for!
You deserve the latter! Do you know what the difference is? Sure you do. It’s who you have in your corner. It’s who you have on your side that you can pick up a phone and actually get answers. On the other hand, unfortunately, are those that don’t have an advocate and are constantly guessing through this Medicare maze by themselves which will rarely produce desired favorable outcomes, filled with surprises and learning curves that can indeed get very expensive, leaving folks in very bad positions at a minimum or possibly their health being compromised. We are all well aware that there aren’t that many good surprises in healthcare, let alone in Medicare. So let’s do what is necessary, eliminating those obstacles and surprises up front going in. No one should feel all alone in Medicare. There are incredibly exceptional resources available for you. I am one of them. We can do this, I promise you!
Medicare is a health insurance program administered by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). With approximately 56 million Americans participating in this government program, and the Baby Boomer generation aging into Medicare at 10,000 folks a day for the next 10 years, Medicare is the largest health insurance service in the country. Coverage Types include Medicare Part A, Medicare Part B, Medicare Part C, and Medicare Part D – Medicare Advantage, and Medicare Supplement Plans (also referred to as MediGap) which is also explained here!
Jim Schmidt, with his talents and years of constant community outreach, has experiences in all capacities of plans, antidote solutions, fixing existing problems, and social determinants. Very important! Assisting beneficiaries with repeated experiences in all, including those with certain disabilities or income shortcomings, to get the most out of their Medicare Insurance Plans. Jim has built his reputation in Maricopa County, Arizona to be a true advocate between his clients and Medicare, also folks with Medicare & Medicaid (AHCCCS) together.
Also a promise, you will certainly appreciate his professional, familiar & comfortable personality while promoting accuracy in alleviating any doubt, pointing you towards confidence and that sigh of relief, exhaling while saying to yourself, just as so many others already have.. Finally!!
Can you answer yes to at least one of the following statements?
- I am 65 years of age or older.
- I am over 65 and I am now retiring or losing my Employer benefits
- I am under 65, but I have certain disabilities.
- I have End-Stage Renal Disease (kidney failure that requires a transplant or dialysis).
If you answered yes to any of the above, then you may be eligible for Medicare benefits.