Medicare Advantage Resources
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Medicare Private Fee-for-Service (PFFS) Plans
A Private-Free-for-Service plan is just a Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C) that is offered by a private insurance company. When you’re enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan of any kind, even a PFFS plan, you still are enrolled in the Medicare program.
Medicare Advantage PPO
Private insurance companies offer Medicare Advantage PPO plans. This is what Original Medicare considers a Part C plan.
Medicare Advantage Special Needs Plan
These Medicare Advantage Plans are designed specifically for people with chronic conditions or special health needs.
Medicare Advantage plans, also known as Part C, are insurance plans offered by private companies as an alternative to Original Medicare. If you have Medicare Part A and Part B you can choose to assign your Medicare benefits to a private company who will coordinate your healthcare with Medicare Advantage plan.
Also known as Medigap plans that fill in the gaps of Medicare. There are 10 standardized plans that are available in most states.
Medicare Part D
Original Medicare doesn’t include prescription drug coverage. The right Part D plan can save you a lot!