Trump Care Medicare Mission
Trumpcare is seen as the replacement to Obamacare. In addition to replacing it, the proposed plan aims to expand access to affordable, quality care to the nearly 55 million Americans currently enrolled. The proposal for Trumpcare, also known as the American Health Care Act of 2017 (AHCA), would improve Medicare’s sustainability and allocate resources to those most in need. Seniors are expected to have more freedom in choosing their coverage. Our goal is to help demystify the confusing landscape of Medicare plans and help match you with a plan that best fits your needs and budget.
In order to qualify for most Medicare-related plans, you must meet the standard Medicare eligibility requirements and live in the "geographic service area." Medicare-related plans are regulated by each state and approved for sale within geographic service areas. In most cases, these areas are organized on a county-by-county basis; in some large urban markets, they're organized on a city or even neighborhood basis. If you move out of your geographic service area during a plan's coverage term, you will usually have a Special Enrollment Period that allows you to enroll in another Medicare-related plan approved for sale in your new location or switch to back to traditional Medicare.
The number of Medicare Supplement, Part C and Part D plans available in a given area can be overwhelming. In some counties, there are at least 380 Supplement and Part C options available and at least 64 Part D prescription drug options - meaning you have a "menu" of over 400 plans from which to choose.