Results For: open enrollment

More Than Medicare Supplement Plans

By: Chris Grimmond • On: August 17, 2016

More Than Medicare Supplement Plans I help people sign up for Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B.  We go to Medicare.gov and run their medications.  I check to make sure their doctors and hospitals are in network for the Medicare Advantage plans.  I explain their Medicare eligibility and show All the Medicare supplement plans, […]

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Medicare Supplement Underwriting

By: Chris Grimmond • On: June 14, 2016

I quoted a prospective client a Medicare supplement rate that was significantly less than the plan he was currently on. When I explained that he would have to go through Medicare supplement underwriting and answer some health questions because he was no longer in his Open Enrollment, he wasn’t happy.  Why was he upset? Because […]

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Pre-Existing Conditions

By: Chris Grimmond • On: June 2, 2016

For two years, my father was on dialysis.  Those were tough years.  When I got a client on dialysis, I wanted the best for him.  Kidney dialysis is one of the pre-existing conditions that usually excludes you from a supplement.  My client had a one-time opportunity.  I was going to make sure he got it! Obama Care Confuses Pre-Existing Conditions Pre-existing conditions are confusing when […]

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Medicare Market Place

By: Chris Grimmond • On: July 5, 2015

Markets are constantly changing. The Wednesday and Sunday additions of the Omaha World Herald are full of ads and fliers. Stores publicize sales, put up posters with markdowns, advertise deals, and promote special events. Prices and products are constantly changing. The market place does not stand still. The insurance and Medicare market is no different. Aetna […]

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Demystifying Medicare Part D Health Plans: Everything You Need to Know

By: Chris Grimmond • On: January 25, 2024

Are you confused about Medicare Part D health plans? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Understanding your options can be overwhelming with all the jargon and complex rules. That’s why we’re here to demystify everything for you.  Whether you’re new to Medicare or have been enrolled for years, this article is designed to help you understand […]

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Unlocking the Benefits: Does Medicare Part D Cover Xarelto?

By: Chris Grimmond • On: January 23, 2024

Are you wondering if your Medicare Part D plan covers Xarelto? Well, you’re in the right place! This article will unlock the benefits and examine whether Medicare Part D pays for Xarelto. Xarelto is a widely prescribed anticoagulant medication used to prevent blood clots. It is commonly prescribed for conditions such as atrial fibrillation, deep […]

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What Is The Medicare Drug Deductible for 2023?

By: Chris Grimmond • On: December 20, 2022

January begins a new calendar year for Medicare. What does that mean for your Medicare drug deductibles in 2023? For most Medicare members with a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan, you have a deductible. The Medicare drug deductible for 2023 is currently $505. The Part D drug deductible for 2022 was $480, which means […]

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How to Apply For Medicare In Nebraska For 2022

By: Chris Grimmond • On: November 3, 2022

If you have paid payroll taxes (FICA) for 40 quarters (or 10 years), you are eligible to apply for Medicare in Nebraska for 2022. You are eligible for Medicare Part A at zero premium and may purchase Part B at the current cost if your income is below the IRMAA (Income Related Monthly Adjustment Amounts) […]

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Who Pays For Medicare?

By: Chris Grimmond • On: April 27, 2022

What is Medicare? Medicare is under the Social Security Administration (SSA).  SSA is the bookkeeper for Medicare collecting premiums from Medicare beneficiaries and distributing funds to Medicare and insurance companies with Medicare contracts.  The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is the federal agency that manages the Medicare Program. CMS is under the Department […]

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New Medicare Card

By: Chris Grimmond • On: April 7, 2022

The red, white, and blue Medicare card has changed.  It is the new and improved Medicare card. The one complaint that I have heard over the years repeatedly is that the Medicare card has ‘my social security number on it.’  The Medicare claim number, as it is called, is your social security number with an […]

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What Our Clients Are Saying About Omaha Insurance Solutions

Joe & Myra R.

What an adventure! We started getting ourselves educated about Medicare insurance coverage several years ago – a bit too early, given how things change every year! While we had a foundational knowledge of the basics, it was helpful to work with Chris to fine tune all the nuances and make sure we were enrolling in the plan that best met our needs. Fingers crossed that our retirement and future insurance needs do not present any unwelcomed “surprises”. If that’s the case, we’ll be setting up time with Chris to help us through it!

Lisa G

Thank you Christopher!
You made the whole process of choosing a Medicare supplement easy and less confusing.
I appreciate your knowledge and professionalism. You are a great asset to all of us “young at heart” clients!
I will give your name and number to my eligible Medicare friends.
Thanks again,

Cheryl A.

After I acknowledged that I was nearing Medicare age, I realized I knew nothing about it so I reached out to two very informed friends. They both recommended Chris Grimmond. They praised his knowledge and helpfulness so I gave him a call. After meeting with Chris, I was 100% convinced that we would be working together. He answered all my questions and helped me understand the Medicare system. I feel confident I made the right decision to work with Chris and his team at Omaha Insurance Solutions.