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Stephanie Pogue

Stephanie Pogue
Stephanie has been primarily helping seniors and retirees with their healthcare decisions since 1995. In addition, she has recruited and trained agents, developed and promoted managers, and ranked in the Top 3% of Sales Managers at Bankers Life & Casualty while she was there. She is now the Director of the St. Louis Insurance Group and can be reached by email at s.pogue@stlouisinsurancegroup.com.
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What makes Medicare Select Plans different?

Jan 17, 2019 11:43:00 AM / by Stephanie Pogue posted in Medicare

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A Medicare Select Plan is a Medicare Supplement plan with one variation. 

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Can hospital indemnity insurance help you?

Jan 17, 2019 11:41:00 AM / by Stephanie Pogue posted in Hospital Indemnity

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If you have a Medicare Advantage plan, it's probably because there is no monthly premium. But remember, there will be a charge when you need medical care. There is an easy and inexpensive way to make sure you are protected from these costs.

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Are you eligible for a SilverSneakers fitness program?

Jan 17, 2019 11:38:00 AM / by Stephanie Pogue posted in Medicare

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If you are enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan, you most likely have access to a SilverSneakers fitness program. Since the main goal of Medicare Advantage plans is to keep you healthy, one of the medicare benefits they often provide is a free gym membership.

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Should I Be Concerned About Medicare Part B Excess Charges?

Jan 17, 2019 11:37:00 AM / by Stephanie Pogue posted in Medicare

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If you have decided you want a Medicare Supplement, you have most likely been researching the difference between the standardized plans. One of the differences between them is the Excess Charge coverage.

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Medicare Advantage vs Medicare Supplement

Jan 17, 2019 11:34:00 AM / by Stephanie Pogue posted in Medicare

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Unless you have employer group coverage, you will most likely be enrolling in Medicare Parts A and B when you turn 65. Medicare is basically a good health insurance plan, however it does have some sizeable gaps. These gaps are the deductibles and copays you will have to pay if you need any health-related services in or out of the hospital.

Most people choose either a Medicare Advantage Plan or a Medicare Supplement to fill in those gaps. Both are good types of coverage but you need to understand the differences.

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