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Who is GoHealth?

Who is GoHealth?

Who is GoHealth?

No matter if you are turning 65 or have had a plan for years, our Medicare licensed insurance agents can help make the important decisions easier.

  • Founded in 2001

    20 years and going strong
  • Over 5 million

    Americans enrolled and counting
  • Partnered with 300+

    Leading health insurance carriers
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“This was the best experience that I have ever had dealing with an insurance company. I'd recommend GoHealth to anyone, but especially if you're computer handicapped like I am.”

Bob S. Medicare Recipient

“Finding the right plan has not been easy. GoHeath tailored my policy to my unique situation. I now can focus on what's important to me, living.”

David J. Medicare Recipient

“It was like speaking with a family member who cares about your health & wanted the best care for you. Such a pleasure and totally made my day”

Rachel G. Medicare Recipient

“I tell my friends about all the excellent benefits with my new plan and I was very satisfied with the service I received at GoHealth. I would recommend anyone looking for healthcare over 65 to GoHealth.”

John T. Medicare Recipient

“I called the Medicare number advertised on TV to inquire as to additional benefits I could receive. Danitza walked me through many plans and found one that was better, and gave me some of my Medicare monthly charge back.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I consider Medicare Advantage?

When enrolled in a Medicare advantage plan, you receive the same coverage as Original Medicare and additional benefits from the Medicare Advantage insurance provider.

What additional benefits and savings may be available?

This is no shortage of savings you can find, but here are a few you may not be claiming today:

  • $144 per month back on your Social Security check
  • $2,500 to spend on routine dental work, like crowns, implants, and dentures
  • $1,000 to shop at your local pharmacy for things like vitamins and aspirin
  • $2,000 for hearing aids and batteries
  • $300 to go towards eye glasses and exams

Can’t I just find all this information through government websites?

Learning the ins and outs of Medicare is no easy task. While Medicare.gov provides an extensive reference book, there is no real how-to when it comes to what is best for you and your lifestyle.

That’s where we come in! We use our 20+ years of industry knowledge and offer you the confidence of knowing you’re getting everything you’re entitled without the headache.

When can I enroll in a new Medicare plan?

  • Initial Enrollment Period – Most people can first enroll in Medicare Part A, Part B, Part C, and/or Part D during a seven month window: three months before the month you turn 65, the month you turn 65, and three months after the month you turn 65.
  • Special Enrollment Period (SEP) – You can qualify based on certain life events like if you move or lose current coverage. Depending on your circumstance, you generally have two full months to enroll.
  • Medicare Part C & D Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) – October 15 to December 7, every year. Existing Medicare beneficiaries can use this period to re-evaluate and make changes to their Medicare Advantage (Part C) and Medicare prescription drug plans (Part D). You cannot use AEP to enroll in Part A and/or Part B for the first time. Coverage starts on January 1 of the following year.
  • Medicare General Enrollment Period – January 1 to March 31, every year. While most people will get Part B coverage when they sign up for Medicare, this time is reserved for those that did not enroll in Part B when they were first eligible. Coverage starts July 1 of the same year.
  • Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period (OEP) – January 1 to March 31, every year. During this time, you can switch to a different Medicare Advantage plan with or without drug coverage, or switch to Original Medicare and also join a standalone Medicare Prescription Drug plan. You however cannot switch from Original Medicare to a Medicare Advantage plan, join a prescription drug plan if you’re in Original Medicare, or switch from one prescription drug plan to another prescription drug plan.
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