Miles Represents Colgate Health Plan and PFFS Medicare Advantage Health Plans
If you’re looking to purchase an insurance policy for your college student, consider working with Miles. He’s a licensed agent who represents Colgate Health Plan and PFFS Medicare Advantage Health Plan (Lexington). He specializes in providing insurance to university students and has years of experience in the insurance industry. His goal is to make you an educated consumer and help you make an informed decision about your health coverage.
Miles has several clients who are enrolled in Colgate Health’s MA plan and are in their initial coverage period. Some of these clients include Adam and Betty, who are approaching their retirement years. Adam will soon turn 68, and Betty is close to retiring. Charles is a former client, but he left the United States and is now traveling Europe. Diedre, another client, has coverage through Ditmas Health.
Mr. White has Medicare Parts A and B, and a Part D plan. He received a notice about his potential at-risk status last year. Since he is dual eligible, he believes he qualifies for an SEP. Mr. White also believes he is eligible for an SEP, which provides a special type of coverage for Medicare beneficiaries.
Colgate University insurance plan
If you are a student enrolled in Colgate University, you will need to have medical insurance in place to access medical care while on campus. This can be through the University’s insurance plan or through a personal policy purchased through your family. This insurance is crucial because many health services are not offered by Colgate’s student health services. Before enrolling in any insurance plan, you should review its details. Some plans will not cover you when you travel out of your home state. Similarly, state-based Medicaid does not provide coverage for students living outside of their state.
If you are interested in applying for an insurance plan for your family, Miles can help you understand your options. The Colgate plan covers accident and sickness, and also covers services provided in the Hamilton area.
PFFS Medicare Advantage Health Plan (Lexington)
Miles, a licensed insurance agent with more than 20 years of experience, can help you understand Medicare Advantage Plans and decide which plan is right for you. Her goal is to help seniors get the health care they need to live healthy and happy. She is also available to answer any questions that you may have.
Miles represents several Medicare Advantage plans, including those from Colgate Health. She is currently working with several clients who are in the initial coverage phase. She is working with Charles and Betty, two individuals who are preparing to retire and who have had health coverage through Colgate Health.
Mrs. Jenkins is enrolled in Part A and Part B of Original Medicare. She recently became eligible for Medicaid, but wants to change her plan. She’s interested in enrolling in a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug (MA-PD) plan, but she is concerned about the lock-in period.
Colgate Health Plan
If you are a current or future Colgate University student, you may want to enroll in the Colgate Health Plan. This health care plan covers services in and around Hamilton. It is mandatory for enrolled Colgate students. You can obtain insurance through the University, your family, or an individual policy. This insurance is essential for health care services that are not provided by the Colgate Student Health Services. Before enrolling, check your current insurance policy’s details. Some policies don’t cover students who are outside their network area. Also, state-based Medicaid does not cover students living outside their state.
Miles, a licensed agent for Colgate Health, is working with several clients who are in their initial coverage periods. His clients include Betty and Adam, who are both nearing retirement. The Colgate Health plan offers both Medicare Advantage coverage. Charles, who retired early to travel the European continent, had health coverage through Colgate Health before he got sick.