Medicare Plans

Types of Medicare:

Medicare Part A

Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) Insurance helps cover inpatient care in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, hospice and home health care. There is typically no monthly premium if you have paid Medicare taxes while working and qualify for Medicare.

Medicare Part B

Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) Insurance helps cover medical services that Part A doesn’t cover, such as services from doctors and other health care providers, outpatient care, durable medical equipment, and many preventative services.

Medicare Part C

Medicare Part C Insurance, also commonly referred to as Medicare Advantage Plans, are an alternative to original Medicare. These plans are managed by private insurance companies approved by Medicare. They are typically a combination of Part A, Part B and sometimes Part D coverage, and cover medically necessary services. Most plans offer extra benefits that Original Medicare does not.

Medicare Part D

Medicare Part D is prescription drug coverage (which included many recommended shots/vaccines). It is a separate plan provided through private insurance companies who are approved by Medicare.

Medicare Supplement Insurance

Medicare Supplement Insurance (also referred to as Medigap) are policies managed by private insurance companies who are approved by Medicare that can help pay some of the remaining costs not covered by Original Medicare. These plans are standardized, and follow both federal and state laws designed to protect the member.
Anna Lonas Stoner

Anna Lonas Stoner
Medicare Health Plan Specialist
Anna Lonas Stoner & Associates

Lisa Pence

Lisa Pence
Medicare Health Plan Specialist
Anna Lonas Stoner & Associates

Jo Ellen Warth
Jo Ellen Warth
Medicare Health Plan Specialist
Anna Lonas Stoner & Associates
Anna Lonas Stoner & Associates are certified to market Medicare plans (Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement) and speak with individuals about their options. Our goal is to educate individuals about their Medicare options, including: Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplements and Prescription Drug Plans.
Medicare-eligible employees also have the option to choose to stay on their employer-sponsored health plan, or elect coverage through Medicare. The Stoner Organization has teamed up with Anna Lonas Stoner & Associates to bring value, trust, education and options to those individuals who are Medicare eligible.