Has Medicare started to cross your mind? As you think about it, do you find yourself questioning certain things based on all the information you are receiving? We want to make it easier. To help you, we’ve created this guide to help explain Medicare and when you need to enroll as well as provide information about supplemental health insurance and how it can help pay for expenses not covered by Medicare.
It’s the federal health insurance for people who are 65 and older as well as those under 65 with certain disabilities. Medicare has three different parts – Part A, Part B and Part D.
In addition to Medicare coverage, you can choose to purchase a Medicare supplement plan to fill in the gaps in Medicare Part A and Part B coverage. For example, Medicare Part A and Part B usually cover about 80% of your health care costs. Unity's Medicare Select plan pays the 20% of Medicare-approved charges that Medicare does not pay. The enrollment period for purchasing a Medicare supplement plan is a six month period when you turn 65 or six months from when your enrollment in Medicare Part B is effective.
To learn about the Medicare program and the health insurance available to those on Medicare, please read –
To learn about Unity's Medicare Select Coverage, please read –
Please email our sales team if you have questions regarding Medicare Select, or call an Individual Account Executive at 800.926.8227.
Unity Health Plans Insurance Corporation and its representatives are not connected with Medicare. This is an advertisement for health insurance through Unity Health Plans Insurance Corporation.
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Unity Health Insurance is a Qualified Health Plan issuer in the Health Insurance marketplace. For assistance in a language other than English, call 800.362.3310 and the Customer Service representative will get you help in the language you need. TTY users should call 608.643.1421. Unity Health Insurance does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or health status in the administration of the plan, including enrollment and benefit determinations.