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American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance

American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance

The American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance (AAMSI) is a national organization. We advocate for the importance of understanding Medicare plan options and differences.

AAMSI does not sell insurance. Our revenue comes from conducting the National Medicare insurance industry conference (sold in 2022) and from supporting insurance professionals who market Medicare insurance.

Jesse Slome is director of the organization which was established in 1998.

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AAMSI is located in Los Angeles, CA.    Call us at  818-597-3227


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Expert Medicare insurance association director Jesse Slome

Please Contact Jesse Slome, Director. Slome is a foremost national expert on the various insurance and financial products including Medicare Supplement, long-term care insurance, short term care insurance as well as critical illness insurance.

Slome is frequently quoted in leading national publications and has appeared on national radio and television programming representing one of the industry organization associations.

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Jesse Slome is an award-winning columnist covering topics related seniors, insurance and financial matters.

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Learn More About Long-Term Care Insurance

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Visit the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance

Established in 1998, the nation’s leading resource for long-term care insurance costs and information.


Learn More About Critical Illness Insurance

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Visit the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance.

Establish in 2009, the nation’s leading resource for critical illness insurance information.


Experts Medicare Insurance

Here are some highlights from various nationally published articles and research released by AAMSI.

Understanding The Medicare Advantage Non-Medical Supplemental Benefits Increasingly Available:  The average consumer has between 30 and 50 different Medicare Advantage plans to choose from.  Doing your own research can be time consuming.  An online directory lists independent Medicare insurance agents in your Zip Code.

Seven Reasons Why You May Benefit From A New Medicare Advantage Plan: For millions of seniors, December 7 is your chance to find the best Medicare Advantage plan for the coming year.   The number of Medicare Advantage plans available varies greatly depending on where you live. Those living in larger metropolitan areas typically have 30-to-40 plans to choose from.  Those in less populous areas may have fewer than 20.

Too Few Seniors Have a Good Understanding Of Medicare And Medicare Advantage: A just released study of over 1,000 adults ages 64 and older found that only 20% of Medicare-eligible individuals have a good understanding of Original Medicare. The study revealed that less than one-third (31%) have a good understanding of Medicare Advantage, also referred to as Medicare Part C.

Seniors Increasingly Choose Lower Cost Medicare Supplement Plan Options: During the first six months of 2022, some 38% of seniors who turned 65 and opted for Medicare Supplement, often referred to as Medigap, selected Plan N according to the report. That compares to 36.5% during 2021. While Medigap Plan G remained the favorite choice among seniors joining Medicare, the percentage selecting this coverage dropped from 55% in 2021 to just over half (51%) for the first half of 2022. A more recently introduced lower-cost option, High Deductible Plan G, was selected by around 6% of the seniors.