Getting the most from Medicare
in South Carolina
Compare all Medicare plans including Advantage, Medigap and Prescription Drug Part D.
There are many options for Medicare plans in South Carolina.
Are you one of the 800,000+ beneficiaries and want to see what plans are available?
Medicare Advantage plans are becoming more popular today and truly offer incredible benefits. There are many different options to choose from including PPO, HMO, PFFS and MSA's to name a few. Medicare Advantage is an alternative way to receive Medicare benefits and caution is paramount when deciding which plan to choose.
If you like a more comprehensive coverage option with no network restrictions, then a Medicare Supplement or Medigap plan is your best option. Top rated carries like Aetna, Anthem, Cigna, United Healthcare and Mutual of Omaha offer Medigap Plans A, B, C, D, F, G, N and options for high deductible Medigap plans also.
Who is Eligible for Medicare in South Carolina?
Full Medicare benefits, both Part A and Part B, are available to those who are turning age 65. However, if you are employed and have a group health insurance plan, you may not want to start your Medicare benefits. We can help you decide which coverage option will work best for you. If you are currently receiving Social Security benefits then you will be automatically enrolled in to Medicare Part A and Part B. There are certain periods in which to make the right Medicare decision and we can walk you through that process. Schedule a free phone consultation and our expert Medicare advisors will help you make the right choice.
Medicare and Social Security Disability in South Carolina.
There are many Medicare plans available for those who are entitled to Social Security disability benefits. These include Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare Supplement insurance and Part D prescription drug plans. If you have received disability benefits for 24 months then you will be offered Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B. South Carolina offers two Medigap Plans under the Guaranteed Issue rules. These plans are available through the South Carolina Health Insurance Pool (SCHIP) and are administered through Blue Cross and Blue Shield of South Carolina. Choosing a Medicare Advantage plan may be a better option for you and these plans will provide additional benefits above original Medicare and provide access to the doctors and hospitals you need. We can help you decide which plan will work best for you.
Medicare Supplement Plan F and Plan C.
Both Medigap Plan F and Medigap Plan C are not available to you unless you were entitled to Medicare prior to January 1, 2020. You probably heard that Plan F was the Best Medigap plan in the past, but today Plan G is almost identical and offers the exact same benefits as Plan F only you pay the annual $203 Part B deductible.