Contact Us

  • Research Medicare questions
  • Research cost-saving options
  • Out-of-pocket cost protection
  • Chronic condition planning
  • Research plans and costs
  • Peace-of-mind protection





PO Box 458 Mesa, AZ 85211

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Hours of Operation

Monday – Thursday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday: Closed

Calls made to our company may be answered by a licensed agent.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if I can't come to the office?

While we prefer to meet at our office to ensure your privacy, we absolutely will come to your home or a mutual agreed upon location to discuss your Medicare insurance options. 

What do I pay you to consult with me about Medicare?

Nothing! We are compensated by the insurance companies with whom we contract, therefore, if you decide to sign up for a plan with our office we will be paid by that company. This is mandated by CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid) and every insurance agent who sells Medicare insurance must not charge for this service. 

I have a Diabetes and was told there is a better plan for me?

There are plans known as Special Needs Plans (SNPs) under Medicare Part C (Medicare Advantage plans) which offer additional help or lower costs for individuals with certain chronic conditions – Chronic SNPs, there is a plan for those with diabetes. There are also CSNPs for those with chronic heart failure. These plans vary by state, but we absolutely can help you determine if there is a plan that is suited to help you better manage your chronic condition both financially and health-wise.

I am on Medicare and Medicaid, are there plans for me?

Yes! If you are on Medicare and Medicaid you are considered a Dual Eligible Medicare Beneficiary. This means that you qualify for a Dual Special Needs Plan (DSNP). Due to this you have 4 opportunities a year to make a switch to a DSNP or another Medicare Advantage plan, once each quarter. These plans may offer additional benefits to you, such as dental or vision. These plans vary by state but we would be happy to help you determine if you qualify to switch to one.

I am on a fixed income and my out-of-pocket costs are getting to be too much. Is there any help for me?

Yes. You may qualify for a Medicare Savings Program (MSP) offered by your state, known as QMB (Qualified Medicare Beneficiary), SLMB (Specified Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary), QI-1 (Qualified Individual), or Low-Income Subsidy/Extra Help (LIS). 

You may also purchase a Hospital Indemnity plan which will help you cover hospital co-pays you may incur.

Interested in learning more, we are happy to help you determine whether any of these programs are a good option for you.  

I have a costly procedure that my doctor recommends, is this covered by Medicare?

Great question! We would love to help you find out, with a bit of information we can completed the research for you and let you know.