Megan Byrom

Megan Byrom

Medicare Insurance

Mother of 3. When I'm not in the office, I can be found watching crime documentaries, baking, reading or walking our lab around the neighborhood. I love traveling and Australia and South Africa are on the top of my bucket list.


Personal Services | Insurance

Medicare Insurance

Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C)

Medicare Supplemental Plans (Medigap Plans)

Prescription Drug Plans (Part D)

Medicare Educational Overview

Critical Illness Coverage

Cancer Coverage

Dental & Vision Insurance

< 65 Health Insuracne

Filing Cabinet

Silver Lining Medicare Solutions

Silver Lining Medicare Solutions


14 Eastbrook Bend
Suite 210
Peachtree City, GA 30269


My best clients are 64 and over, and are looking for a guide in the Medicare maze that can individualize coverage options to meet their specific situation. They want to make sure their insurance needs are met a so they have more time with the grandkids.


Endorsement Letters I've Received

In 2024, Georgia has 20 different standalone Medicare Prescription Drug plans (Part D) to choose from. Metro Atlanta alone has over 100 Medicare Advantage plans that offer prescription drug coverage to choose from. Each plan has a different monthly premium, annual deductible, per prescription copay/coinsurance, different formularies (list of drugs the cover), and pharmacy networks. Considering an average of 35% of Medicare beneficiaries regularly take 5 or more medications, it can get overwhelming and frustrating very quickly. Choosing the wrong plan can cost them hundreds.

The do-it-yourselfer will go to every fall and enter their current medications, along with their preferred pharmacy. They click on the “most cost effective” plan and enroll, thinking there’s not much more to it. That’s where mistakes are made. One of my most often used phrases in the office is, “Prescription drugs in the Medicare world is like a scavenger hunt”. There are SO many things to consider in plan selection that most don’t think of. That’s my specialty!

  • That generic medication you’re taking but paying a brand tier price for? Yeah, we can likely get that knocked down to a generic tier (Tiering exception).
  • Your plan wants to charge $47 per refill of a cream that treats rosacea? I found it on Goodrx for $13.
  • has that medication you were paying $100 per month for at CVS, for $24 for a 90-day supply.
  • When you hit the “donut hole”, let me know. There are likely Patient Assistance Programs available that will help with the cost increase.

These are all things that I take into consideration when helping my clients choose their plan. Sure, can give them a good starting point, but knowing the ins and outs of the Medicare Part D world and knowing how to play the game with insurance companies can save hundreds. It’s one of my absolutely favorite games to play and I’m the MVP.

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Peachtree City Team

Introduced by:

Maria Hall

Maria Hall

Joined on 12/13/2017


TeamCoOrdinator 10/04/2021
ParticipationCoOrdinator 02/09/2020
MentorCoOrdinator 12/07/2020
Hand Pin 06/08/2022


5-year Pin 10/25/2023
3-year Pin 09/22/2021



PowerLinks Certificate 03/22/2018
How to Benefit from an Association 08/04/2023
Orientation Essentials 03/19/2018
InfoMinute Seminar 03/19/2018
GateOpener Workshop 03/19/2018