Medicare Advantage Plans 2024
Medicare Advantage Plans, also known as Medicare Part C, are healthcare plans offered by private insurance companies approved by Medicare. These plans offer at least the same coverage as Original Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B, and some plans may include additional benefits as well.
With Medicare Advantage Plans, you have the freedom to choose a plan that suits your unique healthcare needs while enjoying the convenience of a single plan that may cover multiple services.
Although choosing a Medicare Advantage plan to fit your needs might seem confusing at first, we’re here to help make the process easier for you.
Here on our website, you can learn about Medicare Advantage plans, compare options in your area, and even enroll online.
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Whether you are new to Medicare, or you’re already enrolled in Medicare, it’s important to understand all the options available to you.
Our licensed insurance agents are here to help answer your questions and find a plan that fits your needs the best.
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Enrolling in a Medicare Advantage Plan
It’s important that you understand the different time periods that you can enroll in, or change, a Medicare Advantage plan. Your current situation dictates when you may enroll in, or change, a Medicare Advantage plan.
Medicare Initial Enrollment Period
For anyone new to Medicare, the easiest and most convenient time to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan is during your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP).
This period begins three months prior to you turning age 65, includes your birth month, and lasts until three months after your birth month for a total of 7 months.
Enrolled in Medicare Already and Changing Plans?
For those who are already enrolled in Medicare and looking to change Medicare Advantage plans in 2024, or enroll in one for the first time, you may do so during the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP).
AEP runs from October 15th – December 7th each year.
During this period, you may:
- Disenroll from your current Medicare Advantage plan and enroll in a different one
- Disenroll from your current Medicare Advantage plan and return to Original Medicare
- Change your standalone Medicare Part D prescription drug plan
What do Medicare Advantage Plans Cover?
Medicare Advantage plans are required to provide at least the same level of coverage as traditional Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B.
Medicare Part A – Hospital Coverage
Medicare Part B – Doctor’s services
Some Medicare Advantage plans may also include other benefits that are not covered by traditional Medicare. These plans and their benefits vary by which company offers the plan, as well as region.
To Qualify for a Medicare Advantage Plan, you must:
- Be enrolled in both Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B
- Reside in the same area that the Medicare Advantage plan you wish to enroll in provides coverage