Medicare Insurance Companies
Senior Medicare Advisors represents the following 15 well-known Medicare insurance companies along with a few lesser-known ones.
An important note to remember: the only difference between one Medicare Supplement plan and another of the same letter is the price. Some companies even offer discounts to households that purchase more than one policy.
That’s why it’s so important to work with someone who shops your policy with lots of companies at the same time!
Medicare insurance companies we work with
UnitedHealthcare Medicare Solutions — UnitedHealthcare is one of the more well-known companies because lots of people have seen them offer employer-provided insurance plans. Their Medicare Supplement plans are available in most states.
UnitedHealthcare also offers Medicare Advantage plans.
Mutual of Omaha — Mutual of Omaha offers Medicare Advantage Medicare Supplements, and Part D plans. You may know them from their “Wild Kingdom” television show that started airing in 1963.
Aetna — Aetna has been in business since 1853, so there’s no worries here about stability. Another well-known insurance company, Aetna offers both Medicare Supplements and Part D plans.
One interesting feature Aetna’s Medicare Supplements have is a 12-month price lock, something not all companies offer.
Cigna — Cigna offers Medicare Supplements to most states. They have a few subsidiary companies, so sometimes you’ll be getting the plan from another name but it’s the same great company — Cigna — that’s giving you amazing coverage.
Humana — Another company that you may have heard of for health insurance, Humana offers Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplements, and Part D plans. In 2019, Newsweek ranked Humana #1 in member satisfaction among health insurers.
Blue Cross Blue Shield — Probably the most recognizable name in health insurance, BCBS provides both Medicare Supplements and Advantage plans.
Americo — Americo is another one of our partners that offer Medicare Supplements. The roots of their company have been around for over 100 years.
Continental Life — Continental Life isn’t just a life insurance company. They also offer Medicare Supplements. In 2006, Continental became a subsidiary of Aetna.
Transamerica — Known for being a financially-sound life insurance company, Transamerica is also a Medicare Supplement provider.
Government Personal Mutual Life — GPM Life may not be as well known as other companies, but it is a very strong company. They have an A- ranking (Excellent) from A.M. Best Company, a ratings company that monitors insurance companies.GPM Life offers Medigap policies to Medicare beneficiaries.
Bankers Fidelity — Also a life insurance provider, Bankers Fidelity has Medicare Supplements for those who don’t want to worry about any copayments with their healthcare.
Medico — Medico offers Medigap plans A, B, D, F (and its high-deductible version), G, M, and N depending on the state you live in. Medico has an “Excellent” rating from A.M. Best.
Oxford — Oxford has Medicare Advantage, Medigap, and Part D prescription drug plans for Medicare beneficiaries.
Royal Neighbors — Mostly known for being a life insurance and annuities company, Royal Neighbors has Medicare Supplement options for its clients too.
Equitable — Depending on where you live, Equitable offers Medicare Supplemental Plans A, F, Plan G, and N.
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