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You can access care with just one card
You can choose a primary care physician who knows you and your health needs
More affordable than a combination of Medicare and Medigap; your out-of-pocket costs for covered services are capped at no more than $6,700 per year
Your Medicare Advantage plan may combine your separate bills for Original Medicare, Medicare Supplement, Part D prescriptions, vision care, and dental insurance
You can bundle important benefits such as vision care, Part D drug coverage, hearing care, dental plans, and nursing hotlines into your plan
Quality reports for each Medicare Advantage plan are released every year, so you can easily compare customer service ratings and choose to switch plans
What’s the Difference Between Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement?
Medicare Advantage lets you get Medicare Parts A and B (“Original Medicare”) covered by a private insurer instead of the federal government; the benefit of this is that you usually get additional coverage (like vision or dental coverage). Choose Medicare Supplement if you want to keep your Original Medicare coverage through the federal government, but still want some additional coverage.
|Key Differences Between Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement|
Medicare Part A & B Coverage
|Serves in place of Original Medicare||Serves in addition to Original Medicare|
Prescription Drug Coverage
|Most plans include Part D/ Prescription drug coverage||Not included; you must buy separately|
Your Choice of Doctors
|This depends on your type of plan and insurer||Any health provider that participates in Medicare|
|The cost varies by your plan and insurer ($0 to $100+)||Cost based on your age & health history ($150-$200)|
|You pay for copays and deductibles||Little to none, outside of your premiums|
|Some paperwork because of your out-of-pocket costs||Little to none; easily coordinates with Medicare|
Most Popular Medicare Advantage Articles
Part C, also known as “Medicare Advantage”, is a privately-run alternative for Parts A & B, with extra benefits and smaller doctor networks.
Your supplemental insurance will shape the medical care you receive, and the way that you access it.
If you discover that Original Medicare is better for you than Medicare Advantage, you can switch during Medicare open enrollment.
Most Popular Questions About Medicare Advantage
Q: How Do Medicare Advantage Plans Work?
Medicare Advantage, also known as Medicare Part C, operates more like traditional health insurance than Original Medicare (Medicare Part A & Part B).Read More
Q: What Is Medicare Advantage?
Medicare Advantage is a privately-run alternative for Original Medicare (Medicare Parts A and B), with smaller doctor networks but extra benefits.Read More
Q: Can I Have Both Medigap and Medicare Advantage?
It is against the law for anyone to knowingly sell you a Medicare Supplement (Medigap) policy if you plan to stay on Medicare Advantage, and vice versa.Read More