GoMedicare is part of GoHealth, a health insurance comparison tool. Like GoHealth, Medicare shoppers can compare Medicare insurance plans from multiple companies. With GoMedicare, clients work with a licensed insurance agent to find the best deal on Medicare options.
GoMedicare allows Medicare shoppers to work with a licensed insurance agent to compare Medicare plans and quotes from several different insurers. As you're comparing plans, pay attention to both the monthly premium rates and projected out-of-pocket expenses (coinsurance and copayments) to get a full picture of a plan's cost.
After completing a brief questionnaire, an insurance agent will contact you about Medicare coverage options available to you in your region.
If you've opted for Original Medicare, you'll compare Medicare supplement plans and prescription drug coverage (Medicare Part D). A Medicare supplement insurance or Medigap plan helps control your out-of-pocket costs from Original Medicare.
Original Medicare is hospital and medical insurance that is managed by the federal government. Medicare Part B is medical insurance. Part A is hospital insurance. Private insurers offer the other Medicare coverage plans to Medicare beneficiaries.
If you're choosing a Medicare Advantage plan (Medicare Part C), you'll compare those. Medicare Advantage plans cover the same services Original Medicare does. Most of these plans also offer qualifying prescription drug coverage, so you don't have to buy a separate plan.
GoMedicare connects individuals with insurance companies that offer Medicare Advantage plans, prescription drug coverage (Part D), and Medigap insurance plans.
GoMedicare has not recieved many customer reviews on Best Company, which means a full recommendation is not available.
It's also concerning that the reviews GoMedicare has on Best Company give the company low ratings. However, general conclusions are still not possible due to the small number of reviews.
Medicare shoppers are unable to view their plan options online, which would make it easier to compare plans and prices. Instead, they work with an insurance agent to compare options.
Insurance agents are very familiar with the industry, so they can help with questions about health insurance terms and help people understand their insurance options.
Just what I thought. Its a scam company. The screener asked too many personal questions.
Garbage company that promises $135 back to your SSA but can't deliver. It's just a company looking for sales leads to get you to sign up with healthcare companies they use so they can make a comission.
Nothing. SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED FOR FRAUD / MISLEADING AD. They got me on their site --which has Medicare in its name but that's a subsidiary of GoHealth-- with an ad that people might qualify to get $185 put back into their monthly check. Can't recall whether it specified social security check, but one would naturally make that connection, especially someone with a limited income like me. I filled in some of the application and got suspicious when I saw hints about charges and payment type, with no mention of possible monthly income, and researched the site to learn that it's all about selling medical insurance. I backed out of the application, and here I am. I don't think they should BBB accredited.