Most Medicare Advantage plans combine Medicare Part A, Part B and Part D coverage into one plan. With these plans, members can take advantage of additional benefits, like hearing, fitness, and more.
Also known as Medigap, these plans help pay some of the out-of-pocket costs not paid by Original Medicare Parts A and B. Medicare Supplement Plans allow you to go to any doctor or hospital that accepts Medicare patients.
A Part D plan offers prescription drug coverage, which helps pay for some Medicare-covered prescription drugs. This plan may be used along with Original Medicare and with Medicare supplement insurance plans.
Special Needs plans are Medicare Advantage plans that help meet the needs of people who have unique financial or health care needs. These include Dual Special Needs Plans, Chronic Special Needs Plans and Institutional Special Needs Plans.
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