Find Medicare Insurance Plans by State
Whether you're new to Medicare or looking to explore Medicare plan options in your state, you've come to the right place. As a beneficiary, you have several options when it comes to your Medicare coverage. You can sign up for Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) and enroll in a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan and/or a Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plan. Or, if you like the convenience of getting all of your Medicare coverage under one plan, Medicare Advantage plans provide the same Part A and Part B benefits and may cover additional benefits, such as routine vision and dental, or prescription drugs.
Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare Prescription Drug Plans, and Medigap plans are offered through private insurance companies that contract with Medicare, so availability, benefits, and costs will vary by state. It's a good idea to carefully compare the Medicare plan options in your location to find coverage that meets your health needs and budget.
To learn how Medicare coverage works in your state, find your state page using the drop-down menu above or through the links below.
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