Medicare Plans for Seniors in Central Oregon
Medicare can be confusing! Our dedicated agents are available at no charge, to help you make an informed decision. Whether you are enrolling for the first time or looking for an annual review. We are here to help.
There are three main parts of Medicare that you need to understand. Explore the parts above.
During the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), you can make changes to your Medicare Advantage plan as well as your Medicare Part D prescription drug plan.
There are a lot of new and unique terms when it comes to Medicare, so we have compiled a list to help you become more comfortable.
Medicare can be confusing
The truth is, most people aging into Medicare have no idea what they need, how to enroll, what the various plans mean, how much coverage they need, etc. If you are turning 65 or researching different options during your Initial Enrollment Period our experienced team of local, licensed agents can help.
Get Started with Medicare in 3 Easy Steps
We know Medicare can be confusing, so we’ve broken it down into three easy steps to get you started.
Step 2: Determine Eligibility
There are three main ways to become eligible for Medicare. Turning 65, disability, or a diagnosis of end-stage renal disease. Click here to learn more.
Step 3: Choose Coverage
This is the part that you might feel more comfortable discussing with an experienced agent. Click here to request an appointment.
Learn the Basics of Medicare
If you are just about to turn 65, you are probably getting a ton of email and direct mail. The amount of information is overwhelming and it’s hard to decipher what you really need to know. You are not alone!
Need More Help?
Appointments are available at no charge or obligation to enroll, click the link below to request a virtual, in-person or telephone appointment or give us a call at (800) 452-6826.
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Bancorp Insurance represents 7 companies in Deschutes, Klamath, and Lake County for Medicare Advantage Plans. For additional information about Prescription Drug and Medicare Supplement Plans, please make an appointment with an agent. For a list of all options in your area, you may also visit Medicare.gov, Healthcare.gov or shiphelp.org, or call 1 800 MEDICARE.
(TTY users should call 1-877-486-2048), 24 hours a day/7 days a week or consult www.medicare.gov.
Please note that each insurer has sole financial responsibility for its products.
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