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Welcome to My Medicare Healthplans

We do the work so you can enjoy the day.

Life and final expense insurance ensure your family's stability when you're no longer there. With various insurance options available, we assist in selecting the ideal policy, securing financial continuity for your loved ones and honoring your final wishes effectively.

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Long-term care is financially burdensome, wreaking havoc on families lacking sufficient funds. Our insurance solutions provide peace of mind, ensuring families can afford the care needed, alleviating the strain of financial uncertainty.

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Navigating Medicare can be overwhelming with its multitude of coverage options and complex dates to recall. As trusted advisors, we guide consumers towards affordable plans tailored to their needs, simplifying the process with clarity and expertise.

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"The staff at Medicare Health Plans treats you like family. Lindsey made it so easy to apply. She found me the best coverage for me and it is so affordable. The staff checks on me a few times a year to make sure my plans are working form me. They meet with me yearly to see if another plan is being for me. I have recommended this agency to my family, neighbors, and friends."

Barbara D.


I recently turned 65 and was looking at my insurance options. They were extremely helpful and informative but never tried to sell me. I left much more educatied on the overall Medicare system. At this time I didn't feel a need to change but feel like I can make the right decisions going forward when the time is right, hopefully with them!!

Diane G.

A Bit About Us

My Medicare Healthplans is a Medigap & Medicare Advantage Insurance Agency dedicated to helping you find the right coverage for your needs. With so many options out there, it can be hard to figure out what’s best for you. That’s why we offer personalized plans to fit your needs, and our experienced agents are here to help you every step of the way. We provide Medicare Supplement Plans, Medicare Advantage Plans, Prescription Drug Plans and Final Expense Plans. Enrolling with us is fast and easy, so you can get covered in no time.  

Contact us today so we can help you get on your way.

Our Insurance Solutions

Prescription Drug Plan
Medicare Prescription Drug Plans, known as Part D, are standalone plans offered by Medicare-approved private insurers to add prescription drug coverage to Original Medicare, some Medicare Cost Plans, some Medicare Private-Fee-for-Service (PFFS) Plans, and Medicare Medical Savings Account (MSA) Plans. These plans cover the cost of prescription drugs, vaccines, and some over-the-counter medications when prescribed by a doctor. Part D plans are necessary for anyone on Medicare who wants coverage for their prescription medications. They're particularly important for those who regularly take prescription drugs and want to lower their medication costs. It's also a critical component for those with Original Medicare or a Medicare Health Plan that does not include prescription drug coverage.
Short Term Care Insurance
Short-term care insurance provides coverage for a limited period, usually less than one year. It's designed to offer immediate care for recovery from things like minor surgeries, rehabilitation, or temporary home care, filling the gap until you can resume normal activities or until another form of insurance takes over. This can be a good option for those who might not qualify for traditional long-term care insurance due to age or pre-existing conditions, or for those seeking a more affordable way to cover a brief period of care.
Final Expense Insurance
Final expense insurance, also known as burial insurance or funeral insurance, is designed to cover the costs associated with end-of-life expenses, such as funeral services, burial, and outstanding medical bills. It's usually a type of whole life insurance with smaller coverage amounts and easier qualification criteria. Primarily to alleviate the financial burden of final expenses on the policyholder's family, ensuring that these costs are covered without impacting other financial resources or savings. Older individuals or those with health issues looking for an affordable way to ensure their final expenses are covered without requiring a medical exam for policy issuance. Each of these insurance types serves distinct purposes and suits different financial situations and objectives. Selecting the right type of policy depends on the individual's financial goals, family needs, and long-term planning considerations. Given your background, you're well-placed to assist clients in navigating these options to find the best fit for their circumstances."
Term Life Insurance
Term life insurance provides coverage for a specific period, such as 10, 20, or 30 years. It pays out a death benefit to the beneficiaries if the insured person dies within the policy term. There's no cash value component, making it generally less expensive than permanent life insurance options. It's often used for income replacement, to cover specific financial responsibilities like a mortgage, or to fund education expenses for dependents in the event of the policyholder's untimely death. Individuals looking for affordable coverage for a defined period, especially those with temporary financial obligations or young families needing protection against the loss of an income earner."
Whole Life Insurance
Whole life insurance provides lifelong coverage with a guaranteed death benefit and a cash value component that grows at a guaranteed rate. Premiums are typically fixed and higher than term life insurance. It's useful for estate planning, wealth preservation, and accumulating cash value that can be borrowed against during the policyholder's lifetime. Individuals looking for a stable, long-term investment component alongside their insurance coverage, often used for legacy planning or to cover final expenses."
Long Term Care Insurance
Traditional long-term care insurance is designed to cover the costs of long-term care services, which might include assistance with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, or eating, as well as care in various settings like your home, a community organization, or a facility. This type of insurance kicks in when you can no longer independently perform certain daily activities or you have a severe cognitive impairment. It's particularly suitable for individuals looking to protect their savings against the high cost of long-term care, which isn't typically covered by Medicare or standard health insurance policies.
Medicare Advantage Plan
Medicare Advantage Plans, also known as Medicare Part C, are an alternative to Original Medicare offered by private companies approved by Medicare. These plans provide all of your Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Part B (Medical Insurance) coverage and usually include Medicare prescription drug coverage (Part D) as well. Many plans offer additional benefits like dental, vision, and hearing care. Medicare Advantage Plans are ideal for individuals looking for an all-in-one package that covers hospital visits, general medical care, and often prescription drugs and other services. They're a good fit for those comfortable with the plan's network of doctors and hospitals and seeking potentially lower out-of-pocket costs.
Long Term Care Annuity
A long-term care annuity is a financial product that combines the features of an annuity (a product that pays out a fixed stream of payments to an individual, typically used as an income stream for retirees) with long-term care coverage. You invest a sum of money in the annuity, and if you need long-term care, the annuity provides larger payouts than the normal annuity would to cover those costs. It's an option for those who are planning for retirement and want to include the potential need for long-term care in their financial planning. It's particularly appealing for those who may be concerned about the possibility of needing care but also want the assurance of income if they don't.
Universal Life Insurance
Universal life insurance is a type of permanent life insurance that offers a death benefit and a cash value component, which grows over time based on the policy's interest rate. It offers flexibility in premium payments and death benefits. It can be used for long-term financial planning, such as estate planning, wealth transfer, or as part of a retirement strategy due to its cash value accumulation potential. Best Suited For: Those seeking flexible insurance coverage with the potential for cash value growth, which can be used as a supplemental retirement income or for other financial needs."
Medicare Supplement (Medigap)
Medicare Supplement Insurance, often called Medigap, is additional insurance you can buy from a private company to pay health care costs not covered by Original Medicare (Part A and Part B). These costs include things like copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles. Medigap policies do not cover long-term care, vision or dental care, hearing aids, eyeglasses, or private-duty nursing. You must have Medicare Part A and Part B to purchase a Medigap policy. It's suitable for individuals who want extra coverage to help pay out-of-pocket costs that Original Medicare doesn't cover. It's also beneficial for those who frequently need medical services and want to minimize their direct expenses.
Life Insurance w/long term care
This combines life insurance with long-term care coverage. You purchase a life insurance policy that also allows you to use some or all of the death benefit (the money paid to your beneficiaries when you die) for long-term care if you need it during your lifetime. If you don't use the long-term care benefit, the policy pays out the death benefit to your beneficiaries when you pass away. Suitable for individuals looking for the flexibility of having long-term care coverage while ensuring their investment doesn't go unused, as it can still benefit their loved ones as a life insurance payout.
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