An insurance agent can help you to make a more effective decision when choosing a Medicare Advantage insurance plan. But how do you know you can entrust the agent? Our team explains more about the process of finding a Medicare Advantage insurance agent you can trust, in this latest post.
What is Medicare?
Medicare is the national program overseeing medical coverage for people that are over age 65 and/or have specific disabilities. There are various parts of Medicare that cover specific services, and it can be complex to find that ideal plan for precise treatment and coverage. That’s why many opt to work with a Medicare Advantage insurance agent.
Tips to Find an Insurance Agent
Finding a qualified Medicare Advantage Insurance Agent is not always a simple process. You need to know more about the agent and their work before coming to a final decision. Let’s take a look at the steps to consider when making your decision.
- Learn when the agent is breaking the rules
A Medicare Advantage insurance agent must abide by highly specific rules within their work, and if they break these rules either while working with you or another client, they can lose their license. Make sure you research the agent carefully, as well as look into the rules governing insurance agents working under the Medicare program.
- Compare captive and independent agents
Make sure that you know the difference between a captive agent and an independent agent. A captive agent is an insurance professional working for a specific organization that must promote their products above others. An independent agent can promote a range of products, which may provide you with more flexibility in making your decision.
Only by working with a qualified Medicare Advantage insurance agent can you ensure that you make the right decision for your health needs over the long-term future. Our team at Good and Associates has great experience in this area of the marketplace. To discover more about our work and the options available, call us today.