Picking the right Medicare insurance plan might be the most important decision you make after reaching age 65.

The American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance has a 'sister' organization, the American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance (AAMSI). This webpage has some information. We encourage you to visit AAMSI's website for much, much more.

Medicare insurance Association - Long-Term Care Insurance Association

Best Medicare Insurance Information

Some 65 million Americans are on Medicare. Around 11,000 turn 65 every day and enroll.

Here's what they (and maybe you) don't know!

The differences between Medicare Advantage (Part C) and Medicare Supplement (Medigap). When is ONE BETTER than the other?

Are all those FREE benefits touted in the TV ads really worth anything, or just a come on to get me to call?

When can you change your Medicare insurance plan? Are all changes possible?

What's the risk of simply calling one of the toll-free numbers advertised on TV?

Why it's so important to choose the RIGHT Medicare prescription drug plan

Suggested Links For Great Medicare Insurance Information

We believe it is vitally important to learn as much as you can. Information will help you make an educated decision.

Information can help you get better Medicare insurance coverage. It can also help you save money (lots of it).

The following are some links to key pages on the Medicare Insurance Association's website.

Medicare Insurance Statistics

Find A Local Medicare Insurance Agent

Medicare Supplement Plan G Price Index (2022)

Save on Medicare Supplement (Medigap) Insurance

Find The Best Medicare Drug Plan

If you take prescription medications, picking the right Medicare drug plan is important. The difference can amount to hundreds of dollars of savings. Savings EACH YEAR!


It's fast, free and private. No personal information is entered to compare drug plans available. Over 4,700 plans included. Click the link.

Medicare Drug Plan Online Price Finder

Significant Spread In Medigap Prices

According to the Association's analysis of Plan G rates, a 65-year-old woman in Dallas could pay as little as $99.24 monthly for coverage.

The highest rate being charged for Plan G in the Dallas metro-area is $202.16 monthly, a $1,235 annual difference.

The industry study found that no single insurance company consistently had the lowest premium costs. Neither was any one company regularly the costliest. In some markets only 5 or 6 insurers offered Medigap plans.

Typically, an individual could choose from between 10 and 20 plans from major insurance companies as well as some lesser-known names.

This is why we so strongly recommend comparing options before buying. A local Medicare agent can help you do just that.

Valuable Resources for Consumers

2022 Long-Term Care Insurance statistics

Long-Term Care Insurance prices ages 55 and 65

Medicare Insurance Statistics

Find A Local Medicare Insurance Agent