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What Medicare Policy Helper Offers

Whether you are trying to find a policy, trying to understand a policy, or want a better understanding of how Medicare works, our focus is on making Medicare easy. For example:

  • We offer simple explanations of Medicare terms.
  • We answer your Medicare questions.
  • We provide a free guide to Medicare.
  • We explain all the parts of Medicare.
  • We give you up-to-date cost-sharing information on all parts of Medicare.
  • We present a jargon-free breakdown of Medicare plans in your region.
  • We let you browse Medicare Part C and Part D plans without putting in any information other than your location.
  • We help you compare Medicare Part C and Part D plans and insurers by comparing Medicare benefits, premiums, cost-sharing, ratings, and more.
  • We make it easy to get Medicare Part C and Part D quotes and enroll online.
  • And we even provide access to on-the-phone help from a licensed insurance agent who can help answer your Medicare questions and help you enroll in a plan.

Just like the name suggests, makes getting help with Medicare simple.

What is Medicare? Medicare is a federal health insurance program established in 1965. Medicare provides coverage for people who are 65 or older, people with disabilities, and people with End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD). Original Medicare comes in two parts, Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Part B (Medicare Insurance). Other parts of Medicare include Part C (Medicare Advantage) and Part D (Drug Coverage). Supplemental coverage sold by private companies called Medigap can be paired with Original Medicare to help “fill in the gaps,” but Medigap is not part of Medicare.[1][2]


  1. Medicare.Gov.
  2. Who is eligible for Medicare? HHS.Gov.