Medicare Advantage Articles

Do I Need a Medicare Advantage Plan?

Do I Need a Medicare Advantage Plan? By the end of 2016, according to a report from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), around 33% (or nearly 19 million) of Medicare beneficiaries were enrolled in Medicare Advantage plans or other... Read more

Medicare Advantage and End Stage Renal Disease

When your kidneys are no longer able to function at a level that supports daily living, you might have end-stage renal disease (ESRD). In most cases you can't enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan when you have ESRD. The Center for Medicare & Medicaid... Read more

Can I have a Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement plan at the same time?

You won’t need a Medicare Supplement (also known as Medigap) plan if you decide to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan. It wouldn't do you any good, since a Medicare Supplement plan wouldn't cover your Medicare Advantage out-of-pocket costs (such as... 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

How to Pick the Best Medicare Advantage Plan for You

If you’ve decided that a Medicare Advantage plan is best for you, you’re one of more than 20 million who have made a similar decision, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services in 2017. With Medicare Advantage (Part C) you don’t have... Read more

Can You be Enrolled in Both Medicare Advantage and Medicaid?

People who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid are sometimes referred to as "dual eligible." You might be able to sign up for a Medicare Advantage plan while you're receiving Medicaid benefits. What's the difference between Medicare and... Read more

Are Medicare Advantage Plans Subsidized?

If you are looking for a Medicare subsidy, you might be happy to find out that there may be ways to get financial help paying for Medicare and Medicare Advantage. Healthcare.gov defines subsidized coverage as health coverage available at reduced or no cost... Read more

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

PFFS vs PPO: What’s the difference

Medicare Advantage, also known as Medicare Part C, is an alternate way to get your health care benefits under Original Medicare (Part A and Part B). Here's a look at the difference between a Medicare Advantage PFFS vs PPO plan. What is a Medicare... Read more

What is a Medicare Advantage Medical Savings Account (MSA) plan?

Medicare Advantage plans are another way to get your Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) benefits from a private insurance company. Medicare Advantage MSA, or Medical Savings Account plans are a special type of Medicare Advantage plan that you may qualify... Read more




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