Medicare Advantage Insurance Plans

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2016 Medicare Advantage/PDP Certifications

2022 Medicare Advantage/PDP Certifications

Medicare Advantage Carriers (Click on logo to view product details)

Aetna Medicare Advantage
Cigna Medicare Advantage Plans
molina medicare advanage
Wellcare Medicare Advantage
Anthem Medicare Advantage Plans
Clover Medicare Advantage
Oscar Medicare Advantage Plans
Bright Health Medicare Advantage
Humana Medicare Advantage Plans

Medicare Advantage Information

Medicare Advantage Plans are health plan options that are part of the Medicare program. If you join one of these plans, you generally get all your Medicare-covered health care through that plan. This coverage can include prescription drug coverage.

Medicare Advantage Plans include:

  • Medicare Health Maintenance Organization (HMOs)
  • Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO)
  • Private Fee-for-Service Plans
  • Medicare Special Needs Plans

If consumers join a Medicare Advantage Plan, they use the health insurance card they get from the plan for their health care. In most of these plans, generally there are extra benefits and lower co-payments than in the Original Medicare Plan. However, they may have to see doctors that belong to the plan or go to certain hospitals to get services.

To join a Medicare Advantage Plan, consumers must have Medicare Part A and Part B. They will have to pay your monthly Medicare Part B premium to Medicare. In addition, they might have to pay a monthly premium to their Medicare Advantage Plan for the extra benefits that they offer.

If consumers join a Medicare Advantage Plan, their Medigap policy won’t work. This means it won’t pay any deductibles, co-payments, or other cost-sharing under their Medicare Health Plan. Therefore, they may want to drop their Medigap policy if they join a Medicare Advantage Plan. However, they have a legal right to keep the Medigap policy.

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