The Scottsdale Standard, November 2020

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City News Connie Health Launches Medicare Services Throughout Arizona

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onnie Health, a personal Medicare advisory service combining Medicare expertise and local advisors with data-driven insights, to help individuals make confident and informed decisions about their Medicare options, has launched its services in Maricopa, Pinal, and Yavapai counties. Local resident David Luna and partners Michael Scopa and Oded Eran, all Medicare experts with decades of experience, formed Connie Health in 2019. “Shopping for Medicare coverage can be complex and overwhelming for many individuals because Medicare offers a multitude of plans by varied insurance companies,” says Luna. “By combining our healthcare expertise with technology-powered tools, personalized local guidance and support, Connie Health’s advisors will work with our communities’ Medicare beneficiaries to ensure they make confident, worryfree decisions around Medicare plans and coverage.” In addition to providing individuals with guidance on finding the right Medicare coverage for their personal needs, the local advisors at Connie Health offer ongoing support in navigating a range of healthcare

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choices. These services help consumers get the most out of their plan, optimize prescription costs, and find providers in their area. The service is provided at no cost to consumers. As licensed advisors, the insurance companies compensate them when someone joins a plan. The maximum compensation an insurance company can provide is regulated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and is the same for all insurance companies. Therefore, Connie Health recommends plans solely based on an individual’s needs and not financial incentives. Due to its choice to affiliate with all major Medicare insurance providers, Connie Health can use its technology to advise individuals – either in-person from a safe distance, on a video call, via phone or otherwise – about the best options based on personal healthcare needs, lifestyle, and budget. The team is also able to identify Medicare providers in the area including those in Medicare Advantage HMO or PPO networks. Medicare’s open enrollment period is through December 7. For more information, visit conniehealth.com.

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