As a Medicare beneficiary, you have the option to enroll in Medicare Advantage Plans. These plans offer medical benefits covered under both Parts A and B. Most Medicare Advantage Plans cover prescription drug coverage (Part D). Every year, millions are choosing Medicare Advantage plans over Original Medicare. You may be eligible for these plans if you are entitled to Medicare Part A and/or enrolled in Medicare Part B.
- Who can join a Medicare Advantage Plan?
You can generally join a Medicare Health Maintenance Organization (HMO), Preferred Provider Organization (PPO), Private Fee-for-Service (PFFS), or Medicare Medical Savings Account ... Read More »
- When can I join, switch, or drop a Medicare Advantage Plan?
How to switch! Follow these steps if you're already in a Medicare Advantage Plan and want to switch to a new Medicare Advantage Plan, simply join the plan you choose... Read More »
- How do Medicare Advantage Plans work?
Medicare Advantage Plans, sometimes called "Part C" or "MA Plans," are an “all in one” alternative to Original Medicare. They are offered by private companies approved by Medicare... Read More »
- How to join a Medicare Advantage Plan?
Not all Medicare Advantage Plans work the same way, so before you join, take the time to find and compare Medicare health plans in your area. Once you understand the plan's rules a... Read More »
- Facts about Medicare Advantage plans
Medicare Advantage is a private insurance plan offered by health insurance companies, and takes the place of Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) coverage. Medicare Advantage... Read More »