Once you have enrolled in the Medicare program, you then have to decide how to receive Medicare, Part A and Part B, benefits and whether you need additional coverage.
Is a Medicare Advantage plan is right for you? Should you stay with Original Medicare coverage and sign up for a Medicare Supplement plan for added benefits?
Each of these options come with different benefits, costs, and rules. Let us help you with your options before choosing.
Also called Medicare Part C, Medicare Advantage plans provide coverage through private insurance companies approved by Medicare. These companies provide all the benefits of Part A and Part B, with the exception of hospice care (that remains covered by Medicare Part A). These plans sometimes also include additional benefits, such as vision, dental, and/or prescription drug coverage.
Medicare Advantage Plans FAQ