Medicare Coverage Choices at a Glance

Part A: Covers inpatient care in a hospital, skilled nursing facilities, nursing home care, hospice care, home health care, and much more.

Part B: Covers medically necessary services and preventative services. It covers things like ambulance services, mental health, and durable medical equipment.

Part C: Also known as an Advantage plan.

Part D: Helps pay for prescription drug coverage.

Idaho Medicare Advantage and Supplement Plans

Currently we represent twelve organizations that offer 45 plans in your area. You can always contact, 1-800-MEDICARE, or your local State Health Insurance Program for help with plan choices.

Medicare Supplemental insurance is a kind of health insurance policy sold to fill in the “gaps” that Medicare doesn’t cover.

Who is Eligible for Medicare

Most people who are 65 and older, and some younger people with disabilities, can enroll in Medicare. You can give us a call if you are not certain if you are eligible.

When are You Eligible for Medicare

If you are nearing 65, there is a seven-month period during which you can enroll in Medicare. This seven-month period includes:

  • Three months before your 65th birthday
  • Month of your 65th birthday
  • Three months after your 65th birthday

We do not offer every plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. Please contact or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all of your options.

If you are looking to find an Idaho Medicare Insurance Agent that is an advocate for you, please give us a call so we help you with your Medicare needs.

Questions? We’re Here to Help!

Open enrollment for individuals and families and annual enrollment for Medicare has ended.
Please contact us if you believe you qualify for a special enrollment period, have recently lost coverage, or are new to Medicare