Medicare Insurance

Medicare Insurance

Protect your health and budget with an affordable Medicare insurance plan

Compare options for Medicare insurance

Shop for Medicare health insurance plan coverage in just a few minutes through Progressive Health by eHealth's (a licensed insurance agency) powerful comparison tool. The plan finder tool lets you filter your Medicare supplement insurance and standalone Medicare Part D prescription drug plan options, monthly premium range, and more. Plus, you have a knowledgeable customer service team standing by to answer your questions.

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Note: When using the plan finder tool for Medicare Part D prescription drug or Medicare Advantage plans, pay attention to your initial coverage limit. Once you and your plan pay this amount for your prescriptions, your out-of-pocket prescription drug costs increase by a specified amount.

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Types of Medicare insurance plans


Medicare Advantage plans

Medicare Supplement Insurance plans

Medicare Part D prescription drug plans

Once you start your Medicare insurance quote, you'll be able to review options for all three plan types. Just keep in mind that if you apply for a Medicare Advantage plan, you generally won't be able to enroll in a Medicare Supplement Insurance plan (Medigap) at the same time.

Looking for separate dental and eye care plans? Learn more about dental and vision insurance.

Benefits of Medicare-approved insurance plans

Medicare Supplement Insurance and Medicare Advantage prescription drug coverage options for Medicare can help you with these aspects of Medicare:

  • Medicare-approved alternatives: Medicare Advantage plans offer the same health insurance benefits as Medicare, plus coverage that Original Medicare doesn't typically offer (like prescription drug and preventative dental and vision coverage, depending on the plan).
  • Out-of-pocket expenses coverage: If you have Medicare health insurance, you may still have co-pays and deductibles to pay for, on top of your premium. Medicare Supplement Insurance plans (or Medigap) can help pay for those out-of-pocket expenses.
  • Prescription drug coverage: If Medicare doesn't cover your prescription drugs, you may be able to get coverage for them through a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan. When comparing options with our Medicare Part D finder tool, simply add your prescription drug to see if there's coverage available.

Looking for more advice? eHealth has more than 200 licensed insurance agents available at no cost to you. Simply call with any questions you have about Medicare plans, prescription drug coverages, and more. You can also get more answers from our Health Insurance 101 guide.

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