From Houston to Plano, San Antonio to Corpus Christi, Dallas/Ft. Worth to Austin, El Paso to Arlington, Amarillo, Beaumont, Brownsville, Denton, Frisco, Garland, Irving, Laredo, Lubbock, Pasadena or Waco it is important that you find the medicare coverage that fits your life and your lifestyle. We feel that the best care is received when you have your choice of Doctors, and you and your Doctor make your medical decisions. Medigap plans in Texas are available with no medical underwriting during your initial enrollment period. This is when you become eligible for Medicare Part B. You may however, apply to a company and fill out the medical underwriting questions at any time. We are pleased to introduce our Texas Medicare Supplement Comparison Quoting System. It is a very simple process where you enter a few bits of information and then we will quote all of the medicare supplement plans offered by several companies. The companies that we select to quote are based on their strong reputations and competitive pricing. Some of the companies that we represent are: Aetna, BlueCross BlueShield of Texas, Combined Insurance, Equitable Life, Heartland National, Omaha Insurance Company, Standard Life & Casualty, UCT, United American and UnitedHealthcare
Medicare Supplement Quotes in Texas
First, we hope this website provides you a better understanding of what is about to happen like the fact that regardless of what you do or don’t do most if not all seniors automatically become enrolled in Part A of Medicare, this is the part of Medicare that provides your basic coverage. Also you should know that you should automatically have eligibility in Part B of Medicare, that’s the part that provides out patient benefits like doctor charges and testing. There is a small fee for Part B that is deducted from your Social Security benefits. We have provided more detailed information on Texas Medicare Eligibility to hopefully assist in understanding more about it.
Texas Medicaid Program: Texas Dual Eligible Integrated Care Project
Beginning April 1, 2015, dual eligible members in the six demonstration counties will be passively enrolled into a Medicare-Medicaid plan, following a notification process, which is explained below. The letters explain the project and identify the Medicare-Medicaid plan the member will be enrolled in if the member takes no action. The plan will provide the member the full array of Medicaid and Medicare services, integrating acute care and long term services and supports.
Texas Medicare Part D & Medicare Advantage Plans
Choosing a Texas Medicare Part D plan that fits your circumstances is very important as there are many plans to choose from. Texas Medicare Part D plans are offered by private insurance companies so there are plans with different deductibles, copays and premiums. Before you choose a Medicare Part D plan in Texas you should determine your annual out-of-pocket expenses for prescription medications. Make sure the Texas Medicare Part D plan you select covers all of your prescriptions. You should consider the copays, deductibles and premiums of each plan to determine which Medicare Part D plan offers the most savings. You can compare Texas Medicare Part D plans by using the PlanPrescriber Medicare Part D plan comparison tool to find a plan in Texas that works for you.
Texas Medicaid Eligibility Requirements
To be considered a resident of Texas, a person must have an established residence within the state of Texas and intend to continue living in Texas. Medicaid applicants can leave Texas and visit other states as long as they plan to return. They also can leave the United States for up to 30 consecutive days without affecting eligibility. If an applicant plans to visit another state or reside in another location in Texas for more than a month, he should report the change of address to the Health and Human Services Commission.