Detroit Medicare & ACA Section 2020

When it comes to health care, asking “do you have” means getting what you want

Dr. Nazmul Haque, M.D.
for Reliance Medicare Advantage
Dr. Nazmul Haque, M.D., Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians (MRCP), Chairman and CEO of Reliance Medicare Advantage

"Do you have…?"

That’s the question you should ask often when choosing a health insurance provider and weighing your Medicare Advantage plan options:

  • Do you have a plan that offers low copays for the services I use most frequently? 
  • Do you have added benefits, such as gym membership; dental, vision and hearing care; low-cost drugs; and companion care?
  • Do you have a plan that works with physicians to best meet my needs?

Those three simple words can help bring clarity to your decision-making process by allowing you to focus on the aspects of a health plan that matter most to you. For instance, it may be important to you that your health plan is offered by a local company that is actively involved in your community. You may want a plan recommended by your primary care doctor. Or you may be searching for a plan that treats you like a person, not a number, and reduces the red tape that often stands in the way of receiving quality care.

The point is this: the question “do you have..?” gives you a starting point for comparing plans and health insurance providers. It’s all about making an informed decision — and the answer to each question will help guide you to the health plan that’s right for you and your budget.

In other words, asking "do you have" can mean getting what you want.

For more information about Reliance Medicare Advantage, visit them online.