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Question DetailsAsked on 9/20/2013

best medicare pcp in apopka, fl

I want to change everything during the upcoming window, and I'm looking for suggestions on pcp's and Medicare providers (insurance).

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Good Morning,


I can't help with the specific provider, but I can give a little info on the insurance side of things.


There are a variety of good carriers in Florida, and all have their strengths and weaknesses.


My advice is always to consult a competent and well reviewed health insurance broker. Health insurance brokers services are 100% free of charge and medicare supplement and Medicare Advantage pricing is set by law, so you don't pay a higher premium to use a broker. Premiums are the same no matter where you buy.


Many Seniors get inundated at open enrollment by advisers that just work for one company. They come and put you through a presentation about why their company is the best. A Broker will review all companies available in your area and choose just the best option for you before presenting. This saves you time and takes the guess work out of which company to choose! A good broker will make sure that your current doctors are on the plan, and will assist you in finding a new doctor if needed.

Source: http://www.iHealthBrokers.com/

Answered 6 years ago by iHealthBrokers.com




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