Whether you are currently on a Medicare plan, or enrolling soon, understanding your options can be overwhelming! By doing just a little research on your own, the world of Medicare can leave you feeling more confused than before. The wording is confusing, multiple coverage options can be complex to understand, and enrolling in a plan often seems daunting. 

Many Americans choose to work side-by-side with a broker (like us at SBS!) to help simplify the process. Here are five reasons to consider using a Medicare insurance broker: 

1. Medicare Knowledge 

The insurance industry is filled with unique lingo that isn’t easy to understand. A Medicare insurance broker has passed extensive testing requirements and often holds years of experience in the field. By working with a broker, you are able to get one-on-one service that breaks down the confusing elements of Medicare into an easily digestible manner. 

2. Coverage Optionality

A broker can help you navigate through pricing, benefits, and coverage options from multiple service providers to find the right fit for you. When making your decision, it is important to weigh ALL your options and not be confined to just one provider or plan offerings.

3. Saves Time (& Stress) 

Having health insurance isn’t really something that can be delayed. Most individuals want to have their coverage taken care of quickly and efficiently. When trying to pick your coverage and enroll in Medicare, it can take some time and frustration to do it all by yourself. We can help speed up and smooth over the process — from start to finish.

4. No Extra Cost to You 

Yes, you read that correctly! Working with a Medicare insurance broker does not cost you any additional money. There are no fees to pay when working with a licensed and trained agent, as healthcare insurance plans already have broker fees built-in. Therefore, your cost is the same if you obtain coverage with the help of an agent or if you go at it alone! 

5. We Look Out for You 

Your Medicare insurance needs might change from year to year. Therefore, working with a broker who provides annual reviews and understands your current healthcare status and future needs allows you to continually be enrolled in a plan that serves you.

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