Some people get Medicare Part A and Part B automatically, and other people need to sign up through Social Security.
If you're over 65 (or turning 65 in the next 3 months) and not already getting benefits from Social Security, you need to sign up to get
The Medicare program represents a solemn promise to seniors that their nation will be there for them in their golden years. Fulfilling that promise involves dismantling the unwieldy bureaucratic morass that too often stands between them and the cutting-edge innovation that can lower their costs or even save their lives.
Thankfully, the Trump Administration has consistently made innovation a top priority. Few if any modern presidents have done more to clear the cobwebs from the great innovative machine that is the American healthcare system.
On December 19, 2011, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) published a proposed rule implementing the Physician Payments Sunshine Act, which was included as section 6002 of the Affordable Care Act of 2010. This provision will provide important transparency in requiring reporting of payments or gifts to physicians, and physician ownership and investment interests. During the 60 day comment period, CMS received over 300 comments from a wide range of stakeholders.
Mike Greenhill has held insurance licenses in multiple states since 1977. He has recruited independent agents and marketed Medicare products for for over 35 years. Mike lives and works in Madison, Mississippi and Mandeville, Louisiana.
Mike manages over 500 agents in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Texas who are supported by his Medicare Health Plans' staff in Ridgeland, Mississippi.
His team consists of Cindy who is expert with audits, claims, appeals and grievances. Laurie provides agent support and his daughter, Lindsey is an agent that will meet with you face to face to help you with all Medicare Health Plans' products.