Medicare plans in Hilliard, OH 43235 Franklin County

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I have my OH license but don't know much about what is competitve there. I have never sold a policy there or contracted with companies there.

I have a 69yr old male who is losing his DANA (factory)benefits and he needs coverage 7-1-07. What is the best MA plan there and what is the cheapest supplement?
 
I have my OH license but don't know much about what is competitve there. I have never sold a policy there or contracted with companies there.

I have a 69yr old male who is losing his DANA (factory)benefits and he needs coverage 7-1-07. What is the best MA plan there and what is the cheapest supplement?

I don't know the answer, but when I want to see what MA plans are available in an area I go here:

http://www.medicare.gov/MPPF/Include/DataSection/Questions/ListPlanByState.asp

You can also check Ohio's Department of Insurance for rates on Med SUpps. I can't depend on my states website for Med Supp rates. They have some dating back to 1997. Anyway, here's a link to Ohio's rates:

http://www.ohioinsurance.gov/ConsumServ/Ocs/CompleteGuides/MedSupPremiums.pdf

Also, if you believe everything you read, as of July 2006, your favorite carrier (United World) had the least expensive Plan F.
 
I have nothing against united world. I think it is horse crap that they pay such low commission to keep rates down but then they go and allow GI and target open enrollment.

Thanks for the info.
 
Is today's options competitve at all?

Now that was just weird about the Medicare site. I tried it as well and got the same info (0 plans). Try this and look on the left hand side of the page about two-thirds of the way down:

http://www.medicare.gov/MPPF/Includ...COUNTY&ExternalSourceID=&MPPF_PDP_Integrate=N

The section that says, "Learn more about health plans in your area". You pick the state and then the county. You should get 38 plans in Franklin County, Ohio.

As for Today's Options, I think it's a great plan. At least in my area. The Premier plan is $35 here and very little out of pocket exposure (max is $2,500, but it would be hard to get there since all the copays are so low). And they pay commissions pretty quick as well. Although, during LOEP they are only paying 9 months ($247.50). The one other area that is a small hindrance is the fact that you have to do a verification call. With that said, I have no idea how competitive it is in Ohio or Indiana.
 

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