Medicare Options, LLC, provides enrollment assistance for senior and disabled residents of Connecticut with their Medicare Health Plan choices including Medicare Medigap plans in Connecticut, Medicare Advantage Plans, Part D prescription drug plans from Aetna, ConnectiCare, United Healthcare, and WellCare in the towns of: Amston, Andover, Avon, Baltic, Berlin, Bloomfield, Bolton, Bozrah, Brandford, Bristol, Burlington, Centerbrook, Cheshire, Chester, Clinton, Colchester, Columbia, Coventry, Cromwell, Deep River, Durham, East Berlin, East Glastonbury, East Haddam, East Hampton, East Hartford, East Killingly, East Lyme, East Windsor, Ellington, Elmwood, Essex, Farmington, Forestville, Glastonbury, Groton, Guilford, Haddam, Hadlyme, Hamden, Hartford, Hebron, Higganum, Ivoryton, Jewett City, Kensington, Killingly, Killingworth, Lebanon Ledyard, Lyme, Madison, Manchester, Marlbourgh, Meriden, Middle Haddam, Milldale, Moodus, Moosup, Mystic, New Britain, New London, Newington, North Branford, Norwich, Old Lyme, Old Mystic, Old Saybrook, Plainville, Plantsville, Poquonock, Portland, Preston, Rockfall, Salem, Saybrook, South Glastonbury, South Lyme, South Windsor, Southington, Terryville, Tolland, Uncasville, Vernon, Wallingford, Waterford, West Hartford, West Mystic, Westbrook, Wethersfield, Windsor, Windsor Locks. We serve the counties of, Hartford County, Tolland County, New London County, Middlesex County, New Haven County, Litchfield County. We are licensed and Certified to advise and enroll medicare recipients on medicare supplements, medicare advantage plans, medicare part D prescription coverage, retirement planning, Long-Term care options, fixed annuities, Reverse Mortgage programs, and eldercare attorney referrals. Consult a tax advisor before making tax related decisions. Consult an attorney specializing in estate planning before making any decisions regulated by federal or state law, such as trusts and wills. MedicareOptions.info provides free information on Medicare options in Connecticut. Medicare Plan Choices in Connecticut for 2014 will help seniors find the best medicare plan for their situation. This site allows people to compare Medicare Advantage Plans in Connecticut. We do not choose which plan is best for beneficiaries, but provide information on Medicare Plans so they can compare their Medicare Choices. Most Medicare Beneficiaries simply want to know, how do I compare Medicare plans in Connecticut. We help them find the best Medicare Plan that suits your particular needs for 2015.
Connecticut Medicare Advantage Plans
Medicare Advantage plans in Connecticut are an option for beneficiaries who want to expand their coverage beyond Part A and Part B. A Medicare Advantage plan includes all of the hospital and medical benefits included with Original Medicare , but may provide additional benefits like routine vision, hearing, and dental services. In addition, some Medicare Advantage plans may include prescription drug coverage, making it easier for beneficiaries in Connecticut to get all the benefits they need in a single, convenient policy. Medicare Advantage plans in Connecticut are provided by private insurance companies approved by Medicare. The specifics of the plans may vary, such as the type of coverage included and the cost of monthly premiums and annual deductibles.
Connecticut Nursing Homes Consumer’s Directory; Connecticut Long Term Care Facility Guide
240 Connecticut Nursing Homes and rehabilitation, convalescent facilities listed in the Compare Nursing Homes database at www. medicare.gov. We do not sell, endorse or recommend any service, product or particular facility.
28 Connecticut hospitals face Medicare reductions over readmissions
Hospital administrators say they have made myriad efforts to reduce readmissions in the past four years. They note that Medicare counts patients who return to the hospital within 30 days for any reason, even if it was unrelated to the original stay. Also, some hospitals argue that the federal government does not take into account the socio-economic conditions of their patient populations, saying those factors affect the likelihood of readmissions but are beyond their control.