Combine all your Medicare benefits in one plan that usually covers medicines, too. Find out how a Medicare Advantage plan could be the right fit for you.
Sara Wagner is a Manager of Medicare & Individual Sales at HealthPartners. She’s been with the team for 15 years with close to 30 years of sales, service, and management experience all within the health insurance industry. We’re grateful to have her extensive expertise on the HealthPartners Medicare blog. In her free time, Sara enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her family.
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