So why ClearMatch Medicare?
You’ll have access to thousands of plans in one place.
We sell plans from all the top carriers, so you don’t have to jump around from site to site or make multiple phone calls. We’ll compare the plans with you so you can make an informed decision and feel confident that it’s the right one.
Our plan recommendations are based on your needs.
We’re not pushing a plan on you just because we need to make some quota or budget. We listen to what you need, ask you about your prescriptions and your doctors, so we can find the Medicare that is right for YOU.
Our brokers care.
We evaluate our brokers based on their dedication and their purpose in helping people. Our brokers go through extensive training in Medicare and customer service. They are good listeners, warm-hearted, and knowledgeable about Medicare. You will never feel “pushed” into a plan, that’s not how they work. Their #1 goal is to find a plan that fits your needs.
Our brokers have the Medicare expertise and knowledge to give you the peace of mind you need. They make it simple and easy-to-understand, so you can choose your Medicare plan and know you got the right one.
You can trust that our brokers are putting you in the right plan for you, no matter which carrier it is. Our agents get paid the same amount for every plan they sell and not based on the specific carrier.
Health Maintenance Organization
HMO plans use a provider network to help control costs. From doctors to pharmacies — just about anything related to healthcare is part of provider network. Visiting a provider outside your plan’s network often means you have to shoulder 100% of the cost yourself. Most HMOs require members to choose a primary care physician, who coordinates your care when you need a specialist.
Preferred Provider Organization
PPO plans also include a provider network. However, you may choose an out-of-network provider if you’re willing to pay a higher copayment. Just make sure the provider accepts both your plan and Medicare assignment.
PFFS plans are similar to Original Medicare in that the plan determines what it will pay for services, leaving you to pay the remainder. You must use a provider who accepts your PFFS plan if you don’t want to pay the full cost of treatment.
Special Needs Plan
SNP plans are for beneficiaries who meet certain requirements, such as having a chronic condition or being eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid (known as dual eligibility). All special needs plans include coverage for prescription medications.