Medicare simplified

Medicare made easy

From getting started to enrollment, we make Medicare as easy as 1-2-3.

We learn your unique story

Everyone has a different story. Your healthcare needs, budget, and where you live paint a unique picture.

Your licensed Medicare agent works with you to identify all the little (and sometimes not so little) things in life that can make a difference when you start comparing Medicare plans.

We suggest best options

Your certified Medicare advisor walks you through the best plan recommendations, based on your needs and situation. 

We analyze plan costs and review carriers and coverage to find the best options for you. Then we clearly explain the details of your recommended plans and answer all of your questions.

We help with enrollment

After you’ve chosen a plan, you’ll be guided step-by-step through the entire enrollment process.

Your agent will take you all the way through — including submitting your request directly to your health plan. Done!

CONTINUED SUPPORT

Our services don’t end with enrollment.

We are always here to answer your questions — and we’ll evaluate your plans annually to identify any changes.

We’ve made it easy to find and enroll in the best Medicare plan.

Endorsed by the

National Council on Aging

Medicare Choice Group meets the National Council on Aging’s “Standards of Excellence for Medicare Brokerage Services.”

Together, we and the NCOA provide comprehensive Medicare education and services to support Medicare-related decisions.

Resources to help you navigate Medicare

Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that the road to Medicare is complicated and not easy to navigate. So, we take the time to get to know your healthcare needs first. Then, we provide step-by-step guidance and decision support through the entire Medicare transition process to enrollment. Keeping a focus on long-term support, we are here for you year-round, not just for your initial enrollment.

Medicare is available for people who are age 65 or older, and for individuals with qualifying disabilities, End Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or transplant), or Lou Gehrig’s disease.

Absolutely! Caregivers have become very engaged in the Medicare health plan education and selection process for their parents or loved ones. We encourage you to participate in our educational and enrollment services. We can assist you on all Medicare interests through the point of enrollment. If you are a designated power of attorney, you will be permitted to enroll your loved one in the plan of their choice.

Let's get started

Select and enroll in the right Medicare coverage for you.

Talk to an advisor today.