Compare Plans

There’s no “one size fits all” when it comes to Medicare. When you’re shopping for coverage, you want to make sure you have all of your bases covered.
 

Make a list of what’s important to you: prescription drugs, doctors, and your budget, for example. Then compare individual plans to get an even better idea of which plan(s) will be a good fit for you.

Comparing Medicare Advantage Plans


Medicare Advantage plans have all the benefits of Medicare Part A (hospital coverage) and Medicare Part B (doctor coverage) – also known as Original Medicare. But many plans also include Part D prescription drug coverage and extra benefits you may want.

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Comparing Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans

 
Medicare Supplement plans are all standardized and must offer the same basic benefits, but some plans offer additional benefits. Benefits and costs vary depending on the plan chosen. See how to find which one may be the right fit. 

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Comparing Medicare Advantage Plans vs. Medicare Supplement Plans


It’s easy to get Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement confused. See the differences in what these plans offer – side by side. 

Comparing Medicare Prescription Drug Plans 

Maybe you’re happy with Original Medicare. One thing it doesn’t provide, though, is Part D prescription drug coverage. You may even want to consider getting extra benefits with a Medicare Advantage plan that includes Part D.

Plan Combinations

 

Did you know that you can have just Original Medicare and purchase a Part D prescription drug plan separately? Or that Medicare Advantage plans can come with or without drug coverage? There are seven different plan type combinations. Understand how they work. Knowing more can help you decide how to meet your health care and budget needs.