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Jean Enyeart, Advisor

Coronavirus & Medicare - Stay Updated

This article was posted on 4/2/20 by Seema Verma, Adminstrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

With the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), being informed about your Medicare coverage is more important than ever. 

Concerned about Coronavirus? Remote appointments available.

Since the majoriy of Medicare enrollees are in the age group at a higher risk of serious illness with COVID-19, meetings are available via phone, FACETIME or SKYPE. This measure is to reduce the risk of exposure and the fear of contracting the illness. Contact Jean to schedule.

Parts A & B

Original Medicare is referred to as having both Medicare Parts A & B. For most enrollees, Part A is premium-free. In order for most enrollees to have part B, there is standard premium. Click here to learn more.

Medicare Advantage (Part C)

Medicare Advantage Plans are health plans administered by a private company. The several types of Medicare Advantage plans offered in the state of North Carolina. 

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Medicare Supplement

A Medicare Supplement policy is also referred to as MedigapSupplement policies are sold by private insurance companies. There are several, Plans A-N. Click here to learn more.

Prescription Drug Coverage (Part D)

Prescription drug coverage, also know as Part D, is available either through a stand-alone drug plan or through a Medicare Advantage Plan that offers drug coverage.

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