We are here if you need us to answer any questions, however we have provided a few links and downloadable documents for your convenience.
Medicare Website: www.Medicare.gov
Medicare Eligibility Checker: www.medicare.gov/eligibilitypremiumcalc
Social Security Website: www.ssa.gov
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services: CMS.gov
National Council on Aging (NCOA): benefitscheckup.org
Dental Discount Plans: www.dpbrokers.com/96296.dp
Medicare & You: The Official Medicare Handbook
Download or read online the Official Medicare handbook produced by the U.S. Government.
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services 2020 Guide
Download or read online A Guide to Health Insurance for People with Medicare created by CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services).
Am I eligible for Medicare?
To check your eligibility, please visit the Medicare Eligibility Checker
How do I enroll in Medicare?
You may be automatically enrolled if you are receiving social security or Railroad Retirement benefits. You do not need to pay a premium for Part A if you were automatically enrolled. If you were not automatically enrolled, please call the Social Security Administration at 1-800-772-1213.
What does Medicare cover?
Medicare covers health services that are considered medically necessary. To learn more about the various plans, click here.
How much does Medicare cost?
Premiums, deductibles and copays may apply depending on various factors. To learn more about Medicare costs, you can visit the Medicare site to learn more. There are assistance programs for individuals with limited income and assets.
How do I talk to a licensed agent about additional Medicare coverage?
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Coast to Coast Health Insurance Solutions, LLC is not a Government agency and is not affiliated or endorsed by any Government agency. We are a private consulting and insurance broker agency (Agents) licensed in health insurance in the States in which we conduct business. Although we represent several different Medicare Advantage, Supplement, and Part D prescription plans, you should visit www.Medicare.Gov or call 1-800-Medicare for a complete listing of your available options.