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Anthem Medicare Plans

Anthem Medicare Advantage, Supplement, and Prescription Drug (Part D) Plans

Anthem is one of the most trusted names in Healthcare, and has been since the 1980′s. Anthem currently is offering Anthem medicare plans and policies in 11 states across America. Anthem recently merged with WellPoint which allowed it to expand into a nationwide healthcare company allowing it the opportunity to market it’s affordable health insurance products throughout the entire US. You can be safe knowing that when you choose an Anthem Medicare plan, you will have the experience and knowledge of one of the largest and most experienced medicare providers in the industry.

Medicare is government regulated health insurance policy for seniors aged 65 and older. Basic or Traditional Medicare (Parts A and B) generally covers the majority of health care costs, but it does not cover everything. Anthem and Complete Solutions can help you to fill in the gaps where Medicare falls short. We can help you find the best Anthem Medicare plan that fits your needs.

When choosing your Anthem Medicare plan, a Complete Solutions Medicare consultant will help you choose between a wide variety of different plan options depending on what levels of coverage you would like to obtain. Signing up for Medicare coverage can be very confusing, and we pride ourselves in taking the confusion out of Medicare.

Types of Anthem Medicare Plans

Anthem Medicare plans come in a variety of different flavors to meet the needs of Medicare eligible seniors. Anthem Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C) include: Anthem SmartValue Private Fee for Service (PFFS) plans which are currently available in select counties in CO, CT, IN, KY, ME, MO, NV, NH, VA, and WI. Blue Medicare Access Regional Preferred Provider Organization (RPPO) is available in select counties of IN, KY, and OH.

The Anthem Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) is currently available in select counties in CO, CT, IN, KY, ME, MO, NV, OH, VA, WI.

Anthem also has it’s Blue MedicareRX Prescriptions Drug Plan(Medicare Part D) to cover costly prescription drugs. This Anthem medicare plan is available in: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, Ohio, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and Wisconsin. The annual election period, or ‘open enrollment period’ for Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D in 2011 is October 15th to December 7th. This is one of the only time that you can enroll in, or change your medicare advantage plans. Call us at: 1-866-866-7951 out-side of this window to discuss other times that you may be eligible to change plans.

There are also some Anthem Medicare Supplement Plans available in Colorado, Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, Main, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

Get your Anthem Medicare Questions Answered

Complete Solutions understands how frustrating Medicare insurance can be, that is why we encourage you to talk with one of our experienced professionals at when applying for Anthem Medicare Plans and products. Our professional medicare support staff will make sure that you obtain the proper coverage for your needs, and answer all your questions thoroughly about the various parts of Medicare.

How do I Learn more or Enroll in an Anthem Medicare Plan

The best option for you is to give Complete Solutions a call right now. We can help you compare medicare plans with many different medicare carriers. We are licensed with many different carriers, which means we don’t just represent Anthem medicare plans, but can help you find the best plan and price from multiple companies.

Get your Anthem Medicare Quote Now, or call us at toll free: 1(866)866-7951.

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