Discover the Benefits of Medicare Advantage Plans

Are you curious about Medicare Advantage Plans? These plans, also known as Part C, are offered by private companies in partnership with Medicare. With a Advantage Plan, you’ll receive all the benefits of Part A and Part B, conveniently provided by a trusted private healthcare provider. These plans are administered by CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services), ensuring reliable coverage.

Medicare Advantage Plans come in various forms, including Health Maintenance Organizations, Preferred Provider Organizations, Private Fee-for-Service Plans, Special Needs Plans, and Medicare Medical Savings Account Plans. By enrolling in one of these plans, you can wave goodbye to the need for a Medigap insurance policy.

When you choose a Medicare  Plan, your medical services are covered directly through the plan itself, eliminating the need for Original Medicare. Plus, most Advantage Plans even offer prescription drug coverage at no extra cost to you.

What Services are Covered?

Rest assured that Medicare Advantage Plans cover all the essential services provided by Original Medicare, except for hospice care. Even if you opt for an Advantage Plan, you’ll still receive coverage for any emergencies or urgent care needs. Additionally, Advantage Plans often offer extra coverage, such as vision, hearing, dental, health, and wellness programs. Many plans also include Medicare prescription drug coverage (Part D).

In addition to your regular Part B premium, you’ll typically pay a monthly premium for your Advantage Plan. However, the peace of mind and comprehensive coverage make it worth the investment.

If you’re interested in learning more about Medicare Advantage Plans, we offer a free 30-minute consultation. Simply click the link here to request your consultation. You can also ask the plan for a written advance coverage decision to ensure that the medical service you require is deemed necessary and will be covered. Don’t forget, if a service is not covered by your plan and you don’t request an advance coverage decision, you’ll be responsible for all costs.

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