West Des Moines, Iowa-based Hy-Vee Medicare Aisle is providing free Medicare plan comparisons through Dec. 7 during its Annual Open Enrollment Period.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services recommend all Medicare participants review their coverage each year to make sure their current plan is the best fit based on current health conditions, doctors and specialists who participate in the plan, prescription coverage and individual budget parameters. However, not all Medicare recipients take this important step.
As a result, participants may find themselves stuck with a plan that may no longer fit their specific situation.
Hy-Vee Medicare Aisle has developed free Medicare plan comparisons, which can help seniors avoid that situation with a phone call to their licensed agents, at (888) 373-1122. This gives Medicare participants in Hy-Vee’s region three important advantages:
- Clear-cut recommendations based on a person’s unique circumstances
- Easy-to-understand explanations to help Medicare participants see the difference between multiple options
- A no-obligation review of coverage options which may help them save money
“At Hy-Vee Medicare Aisle, we talk to a lot of Medicare participants who see advertisements about Medicare coverage but are confused about their options,” said John Breiten, VP of Hy-Vee Medicare Aisle. “Because we’ve done the homework to evaluate big-name national plans and smaller regional companies that specialize in Medicare coverage for people in the Midwest, our licensed agents can help them quickly cut through all the noise to see which plans might be the best fit.”
Hy-Vee Medicare Aisle is offered through Hy-Vee Financial Services, fueled by Midwest Heritage, Hy-Vee’s banking, insurance and investments subsidiary.
To learn more about Hy-Vee Medicare Aisle, visit MedicareAisle.com.
Additionally, Hy-Vee’s 275 retail pharmacy locations offer complimentary medication reviews and Medicare Part D plan comparisons. People can make an appointment with their Hy-Vee pharmacist or stop by during Medicare’s Annual Open Enrollment Period to review options. Individuals do not have to be a pharmacy customer to receive a plan comparison – they just need to have a list of their medications.