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We can help you find the right plan for your needs and budget.

Checking out Medicare? We’ll help.

If you're 65 or older (or under 65 with certain disabilities), you can enroll in the federal Medicare health insurance program now. A licensed Mylo advisor can help you choose which option is right for you.

Choose between different options that let you:

  • Cover hospital stays and home health care
  • Cover doctor visits, lab tests & preventive care
  • Reduce the cost of prescription drugs
  • And more - depending on your preferences

Mylo cuts through the confusion of Medicare and helps you find the right plan for you and your family.

Enrolling in Medicare – three simple steps

Step 1: Enroll for Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) and Part B (medical insurance) now:

Step 2: Get a custom consultation with a Mylo advisor on the Medicare package that makes sense for your needs and budget. That could include options like:

  • Medicare Supplement (Medigap): Helps you make payments not covered by Parts A and B

  • Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan: Reduces the cost of prescription drugs — which lowers your overall health care costs

  • Medicare Advantage: Offers prescription drug coverage (Part D), Part A and Part B in one plan

Step 3: Choose the policy you want. Mylo will help!

Fast facts about Medicare
Medicare has different parts that cover different things. Part A covers inpatient hospital stays, inpatient nursing facility care, home health care and hospice care. Part B covers medical services like doctor visits, lab tests and preventive care. Part D covers prescription drugs.
Medicare's premiums, deductibles and other costs vary depending on specific services. For those with limited income or assets, there are assistance programs that can help cover some or all of these costs.
It all depends on your situation, your income and your medical needs. One of our super knowldgeable specialists would love to guide you to the option that’s right for YOU.
The right coverage? Surprisingly simple.