Member Medicare Solutions

Let us help find a Medicare plan that best suits your needs

Whether you’re new to Medicare, getting ready to turn 65, preparing to retire or preparing for your annual Medicare enrollment review, you’ll need to make important decisions about your health care coverage. These decisions can be overwhelming, and your choices could impact your financial future. At 7 17 Credit Union, we’re dedicated to helping our members make wise financial decisions. That’s why we’ve partnered with TLC Insurance Group, a local leader in Medicare insurance. Together, we’ll help you navigate this complex process to select the plan that best suits your needs.

Member Medicare Solutions offers coverage for Medicare parts A, B, C and D, plus Medicare Supplement and Medicare Advantage.
 

Medicare Basics
 

Medicare Part A

Part A-Hospital Insurance

Most people do not have to pay for Part A.

Helps pay for: Care in hospitals as an inpatient, critical access hospitals (small facilities that give limited outpatient and inpatient services to people in rural areas), skilled nursing facilities, hospice care and more health care.

Cost: Most people get Part A automatically when they turn 65-years-old. They do not have to pay a monthly payment called a premium for Part A because they, or their spouse, paid Medicare taxes while they were working.

Medicare Part B

Part B-Medical Insurance

Most people pay monthly for Part B.

Helps pay for: Doctors, services, outpatient hospital care and some other medical services that Part A does not cover, such as services of physical and occupational therapists and some home health care. Part B helps pay for these covered services and supplies when they are medically necessary.

Cost: Some people automatically get Medicare Part B (medical insurance) and some people need to sign up for Part B. If you do not sign up for Part B when you are first eligible, you may have to pay a late enrollment penalty.

Medicare Part C

Part C-Medicare Advantage Plans

Medicare Advantage plans are offered by private insurance companies as an alternative to original Medicare (Parts A and B); plans are government subsidized and regulated.

People with Medicare can get their coverage through original Medicare (Parts A and B, traditional-for-service program) or from Medicare private plans (the Medicare Advantage program, also known as Medicare Part C). Depending on where a person lives, that person may be able to enroll in a Medicare Advantage Plan offering one or more of the following types of health care: HMO, PPO and PFFS.

Medicare Part D

Part D-Prescription Drug Coverage

Part D plans are offered by private companies to provide coverage for prescription drug costs. Medicare Part D is government subsidized and regulated.

Medicare Part D is the federal government’s prescription drug program that covers both brand name and generic prescription drugs at participating pharmacies in your area.

The coverage is available to all people eligible for Medicare, regardless of income and resources, health status or current prescription expenses. Medicare prescription drug coverage provides protection for people who have very high drug costs.
 

Your Options


Medicare Supplement

May be good for seniors who:
  • Like to travel
  • Want the freedom to choose their own doctors and hospitals
  • Do not want to pay co-pays ( available on select plans)
Medicare Advantage

May be good for seniors who:
  • Are on a limited budget
  • Do not mind having a network of doctors and hospitals
  • Do not mind paying some co-pays
  • Want some additional benefits beyond Medicare
Licensed agents will be taking appointments at the Larchmont (Warren), Canfield and Ravenna branches. To schedule a no-cost, no obligation appointment, call 330-372-8444.

Medicare Products offered through 7 17 Member Medicare Solutions
 
Aetna
Anthem (Including Amerigroup and Empire plans)
Bright Health
Envision
Humana
Lasso
Medical Mutual
Mutual of Omaha
Silver Script
United Healthcare (AARP offerings)  
WellCare