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We have been helping people find the right Medicare plans for them since 2015. Whether you’re interested in a Medigap plan, a Medicare Advantage policy, or Medicare Part D drug coverage, we have the knowledge and experience to help you make the right Medicare choices. 

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We will study your individual case to ensure that you are getting just the right coverage for your needs based on what is available in your area.

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We are licensed coast to coast and in Alaska and Hawaii.

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One client told us that we helped them understand more in one hour than they did in eight hours of calling various insurance carriers directly.

Why Medicare Plans Direct?

Here at Medicare Plans Direct, we have been helping seniors find the right Medicare plans for them for over half a decade. We can help you find the right Medicare Supplement Insurance plan, Medicare Advantage policy, and Part D drug coverage for your personal situation.

Medicare Supplements


Find the right plan to help you pay for the gaps left over by Original Medicare coverage, such as deductibles, copayments, coinsurance, and more.

Medicare Advantage


The same coverage you get with Original Medicare, plus the option to enjoy extra benefits like dental coverage, vision, hearing, and drug benefits.

Part D Drug Coverage


Want help covering the costs of
your prescription medications? Learn about our Medicare Part D prescription drug plan options.

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