MedicareWire is a Medicare insurance consulting agency. We founded MedicareWire after seeing and hearing how confusing and frustrating it is to find, understand, and choose a plan. Our services are free to the consumer. is a Medicare insurance consulting agency. We founded MedicareWire in late 2011 after seeing how confusing and frustrating it is for consumers to find, understand, and choose Medicare insurance. Our services are completely free to the consumer.
Our mission is to make Medicare more transparent and accessible for America’s growing population of Medicare beneficiaries. Our singular focus is to simplify complex decisions by providing free information and reports, and a simple, cheerful, and comprehensive enrollment experience with our partners.
We strive to remove the traditional roadblocks to information insurance carriers and marketers have put before consumers and empower them to find the benefits and quality care needed to take control of their healthcare experience.
Who is MedicareWire?
MedicareWire is owned and operated by David Bynon, a 21-year U.S. Navy veteran, Arizona resident, and a proud senior citizen. MedicareWire is not associated, endorsed, or authorized by the Social Security Administration or the The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is the U.S. Federal agency that runs the Medicare, Medicaid, and Children’s Health Insurance Programs. (CMS), nor do we A request for payment that you submit to Medicare or other health insurance when you get items and services that you think are covered. to be.
MedicareWire is a source of information related to the Medicare program and Medicare health insurance products in the United States of America. We offer Medicare beneficiaries free, personalized reports (our consulting service) that assist them in the selection of a health plan.
How is MedicareWire Different from Other Medicare Insurance Websites?
MedicareWire is dedicated to delivering a complete Medicare insurance enrollment experience. Think of us as your free Medicare plan concierge service, providing research, evaluation, and enrollment services.
We strive to be the only Medicare insurance site you need by providing:
- All the top insurance companies (so you don’t have to shop elsewhere); and
- Premium information so you don’t have to research elsewhere.
Medicare isn’t a “one size fits all” solution. Although a health plan may seem less expensive, because it has low monthly A premium is an amount that an insurance policyholder must pay for coverage. Premiums are typically paid on a monthly basis. In the federal Medicare program, there are four different types of premiums. , it could end up costing you a lot more in the long run. At MedicareWire, we connect you with the right information so you have the facts to make the best decision, for your personal situation. Our promise is complete clarity and transparency of information without roadblocks of any kind.
We combine research, content compliance, and state-of-the-art publishing to present Medicare plan information and help you find the coverage that best fits your individual needs. You can connect with a licensed health insurance agent that can answer your questions and walk you through the best options based on your personal health and financial needs.
Is MedicareWire’s Service Free?
Yes, MedicareWire’s services are completely free. Consumers have no obligation to enroll in a plan.
At MedicareWire, we are committed to independent advice. Our partner insurance agents are equally dedicated to providing unbiased Medicare insurance advice. Rest assured that agents will not try to upsell you or steer you into a plan that does not meet your needs.
Is it More or Less Expensive to Buy Insurance Through MedicareWire?
No. Whether you join a Medicare plan through us, an independent agent, or go directly to an insurance carrier, the cost to you will be the same. That’s the law.
Each insurance company files its prices with state and federal regulators annually, and all agents and brokers use those prices. It is illegal for us or any insurance agency or agent to suggest a discount. But, you can save money by comparing insurance policies across the market. That’s how we can help.
Each insurance company competes to offer you coverage. As a consumer, you win by getting just the right amount and type of coverage you need at the best price possible. At MedicareWire, we strive to create the tools and relationships to make this possible in one, seamless process.
Is MedicareWire Affiliated with Insurance Carriers?
No. MedicareWire maintains complete independence. We represent many insurance companies through a national health insurance broker. We have no bias to recommend one insurance carrier over another.
We work with all of the top national insurance companies. You can be confident that when you call to speak with one of our agents that they have a broad range of products to present to you. We’re serious about helping you find the right Medicare insurance for your needs.
Does MedicareWire Have State & Federal Endorsement?
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid is a public health insurance program that provides health care coverage to low-income families and individuals in the United States. Services (CMS) has neither reviewed nor endorsed this information. MedicareWire contains informational content about Medicare and is not connected with any federal, state, or local government agency. We make every attempt to publish factually accurate information, however, we make no guarantees.
If you need more information about the U.S. Government Medicare program you can visit the Official U.S. Government website at www.medicare.gov.
The Medicare plan information on this website comes from a combination of public and private sources, including cms.gov. To learn more about Medicare plans and benefits you may be eligible for, you can contact Medicare directly by calling 800-633-4227. They are available 7 days a week.
The MedicareWire.com website is available for educational purposes only. Our goal is to present information about Medicare plans accurately and without bias, based on our interpretation of factual information. However, this site is not intended as a substitute for legal, health, or financial advice from a licensed professional.
Medicare Supplements are additional insurance policies that Medicare beneficiaries can purchase to cover the gaps in their Original Medicare (Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B) health insurance coverage. are not connected with or endorsed by the U.S. Government or the Medicare is a federal health insurance program for people ages 65 and older and people with certain disabilities.. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) does not review or approve Medicare Supplement plan information.