Learn About Your Medicare Options for 2021:

Medicare Insurance Carriers / Providers in San Diego

If you are searching for more information on San Diego Medicare Plan Options including Original Medicare, Medicare Supplement Insurance, and Medicare Advantage Plans than you have come to the right place!

This section of our website will help you understand your options and see our recommendations for specific plans. Scroll down to navigate through the plans information and to see details on specific providers / carriers.

Are you ready to enroll in Medicare insurance? Start with a quote and our Medicare plan specialists will answer any questions you have to start your enrollment.

After Enrolling in Original Medicare You’ll Choose Supplement or Advantage Plans

Original Medicare should always be paired with Supplement Insurance or an Advantage Plan! View local San Diego Plans below.

To learn more about the differences between Supplement Insurance and Advantage Plans, take a look at our Medicare Eligibility and Enrollment page.

Or scroll to learn more about the San Diego Insurance Carriers offering Supplement Insurance and Advantage Plans. Here are our favorite carriers and plans.

Popular Medicare Plan Providers / Carriers in San Diego

Use these pages to explore your San Diego Supplement Insurance and Advantage Plans.

Blue Shield

Blue Shield offers Supplement Plans with “extra” benefits like SilverSneakers and hearing aids. You’ll also have the opportunity to pair it with Blue Shield dental and vision insurance.

Scan

SCAN Advantage plans offer access to Scripps doctors and hospitals at lower premiums and lower out of pocket costs compared to Supplement Insurance.

Anthem

Anthem offers Supplement Insurance plans with add-ons like SilverSneakers, dental and vision insurance. For those who qualify, Anthem still offers the popular but retired Plan F.

Kaiser

Kaiser’s Medicare Advantage HMO offers access to Kaiser facilities, plus Part D prescription drug coverage, and additional benefits, such as vision, dental, and hearing.

United Health Care / Sharp

UHC has partnered with AARP to offer the largest number of Supplement Insurance and Advantage Plans with access to Sharp Hospitals and Scripps Hospitals.

Humana

Humana offers multiple Supplement Insurance and Part D plans. Most interesting, Humana offers an Advantage HMO partnered with UC San Diego’s medical team.

How Do I Choose a Medicare Provider?

Supplement Insurance and Medicare Advantage Plans are built to cover the gaps in your Original Medicare.

Original Medicare is a great program but alone will not cover all your healthcare costs. You’ll still pay for a lot of your medical bills out of your own pocket. Furthermore, neither Parts A nor B cover the costs for prescription drugs.

You’ll want to pair your Original Medicare with Medicare Supplement Insurance and a Part D Prescription Drug Plan, or a Medicare Advantage Plan which includes prescription drug coverage.

HealthyMarks is your best resource for enrolling in these plans, so don’t hesitate to call and ask for our help.

VIDEO: Our Advice for Calling Your Insurance Carriers

When you pick up the phone and get a live person from the health insurance carrier on the other line, there’s a good chance you can get something done, but have to ask the right questions. In this video, learn new tips to help you be successful on those tough conversations with health insurance support teams.

Tips for Calls with Insurance Carriers

Step 1 – Gather your paperwork – be prepared as soon as they pick up the phone and the other line. The support team needs your group number and subscriber IDs. The billing department might use a different group number then the customer service department. And remember, these carriers only have the info you sent them in during your enrollment.

Step 2 – Ask and understand the carriers’ process – a lot of times the person on the other line can only do a certain responsibility. It is your job to understand what the next step in the process is one fat person ask fulfill their responsibility. Listen and see if you can do some shortcuts. For example you could say, “I actually have the form filled out right now. Do you have an email? Could i email this to you now?

Step 3 – Follow up – if a carrier has something go wrong on their end they often will not inform you. Sometimes working with health insurance carriers feels more like whack a mole then flipping a switch. But do know that if you are persistent you will get the same people working on the problem and you will get it solved.

Step 4 – Make your broker do this for you. If this is with a group insurance policy your broker will know exactly how to solve these sorts of issues. And If your broker isn’t willing to do this for you I’d be happy to.

Finding the right Medicare plan is important.

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