In Ohio, Medicare is for people people who are age 65 and older or for some people under age 65 with certain disabilities. Medicare is composed of two parts, Part A and Part B. When you obtain both Part A and Part B it is called Original Medicare. Ohio also has several other plan options available including Medicare Supplements or Medigap.
What does Medicare Supplement or Medicare Advantage Do?
Medicare Supplement allows you to keep your Original Medicare and the supplement helps cover where Medicare does not. Ohio also has numerous Medicare Advantage Plans. Medicare Advantage plans allow you to elect a company to provide your health coverage, Ohio Medicare companies such as Anthem BlueCross Blue Shield, Humana, or United Healthcare to name a few.
Ohio Medicare Help
At EasyToInsureME our job is to listen to your needs and concerns and to make recommendations of plans that may be a good fit for you. If you want to enroll in an Ohio Medicare Supplement Plan or a Medicare Advantage plan, there are certain times of the year (and times in one’s life) that are better than others. As a Medicare Insurance Agent it is out job to educate Ohioans on their options and to help enroll them in a plan or to assist them to apply for new plan if their current plan does not meet their expectations. There is no cost associated with working with a Medicare insurance agent. Agents help make the process smooth and give you access to a real person to communicate with throughout your Medicare years.
Ohio Medicare Options
Ohioans who have questions about Medicare or need help learning about coverage options in their area, can contact us through our Medicare quote request form. This will give you direct access to an Ohio Medicare expert who can provide you with 100% accurate, unbiased information. It is important to know, many of the materials associated with Medicare are not readily available online. Those materials can be provided to you by a properly certified and licensed agent such as the one’s employed by EasyToInsureME.
Does Medicare Cover Dental and Vision Insurance
Once you receive your medicare coverage Parts A and B you will have to buy a dental policy if you want coverage. Medicare does not cover cleanings, fillings, extractions, crowns, root canals, or other procedures. However, if you are hospitalized and their is damage to the jaw and teeth you would find that coverage under your Part A.
Visit our Dental page to learn more about your coverage options.
Vision insurance is also not covered under your Medicare. Vision insurance is for eye exams to obtain a prescription for corrective lenses such as contact lenses or glasses. However, eye health and eye care visits such as a trip to the ophthalmologist would in most cases be covered under your Medicare Part B coverage. An injury to the eye would be covered as well.
Visit our Vision page to learn more about your coverage options.