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Medicare Zero-Dollar ($0) Plan Premiums

Medicare Part C (Medicare Advantage) plans are required to offer at least the same amount of coverage as Original Medicare, Part A and Part B (except for hospice care, which remains covered by Medicare Part A). Medicare Advantage plans are sold by private... Read more

How Can a Medicare Advantage Plan Be a 0-Dollar Premium?

Under Medicare law, private insurance companies contracted with Medicare to provide Medicare Advantage (also called Medicare Part C) plans must offer the same benefits as Original Medicare, Part A and Part B. All beneficiaries with Medicare Part B need to pay... Read more

Comparing Medicare Advantage Plans to Medicare Supplement Plans

People might have a difficult time deciding whether to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan (Medicare Part C) or a Medicare Supplement plan (also known as Medigap). With a Medicare Advantage plan, the beneficiary receives all of their services through the... Read more

Medigap Rights and Medicare Advantage Plans

In some situations, you may have certain rights to enroll in a Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plan. Typically, outside of your Medigap Open Enrollment Period, insurance companies can deny you coverage or charge you higher premiums if you have health... Read more

Medicare Part C – Medicare Advantage

Medicare Coverage Basics Medicare Part A - Hospital Insurance Medicare Part B - Medical Insurance Medicare Part C - Medicare Advantage Medicare Part D - Prescription Drug Coverage What is Medicare Part C, or Medicare Advantage? Medicare... Read more

Medicare Advantage vs. Medicare Supplement: How to Choose

After enrolling in the Medicare program, beneficiaries must decide how they want to receive their Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, benefits and whether they need additional coverage. This means that they will have to decide if a Medicare Advantage plan... Read more

Medicare Advantage Plans Explained

Did you know that there are different ways to get your Medicare coverage? When they think of Medicare, many people think of the government program known as Original Medicare, which includes Part A (hospital insurance) and Part B (medical insurance). But you... Read more

The Pros and Cons of Switching to a Medicare Advantage Plan

Medicare Advantage plans, also known as Medicare Part C, are one way for beneficiaries to receive their Medicare benefits. These plans are required to offer everything that’s covered under Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, with the exception of hospice... Read more

The Different Types of Medicare Advantage Plans

There are many types of Medicare Advantage (also known as Medicare Part C) plans. Medicare Advantage plans provide an alternative way to receive your Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, benefits. With Medicare Part C, you get the same coverage as Original... Read more

What You Pay in a Medicare Advantage Plan

Medicare Advantage plans frequently offer more benefits than Original Medicare and may have lower out-of-pocket costs. Your health insurance rate and out-of-pocket costs will depend on the particular Medicare Advantage plan you choose. Some plans charge... Read more




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