How Medicare Advantage Plans work

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Medicare Advantage Plans, sometimes called “Part C” or “MA Plans,” are offered by private companies approved by Medicare. If you join a Medicare Advantage Plan, you still have Medicare. You’ll get your Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) coverage from the Medicare Advantage Plan and not Original Medicare.

Medicare Advantage (Medicare Part C)

Medicare Advantage isn’t as complicated as it sounds. Before you decide on the type of Medicare insurance plan that may work for you, we recommend that you understand the coverage and costs, such as premiums, coinsurance, copayments, and deductibles. This isn’t guesswork; don’t be afraid to ask questions. A licensed eHealth insurance agent can help you find the answers. For help finding a plan to suit you, feel free to contact eHealth using the information below.

Medicare Part C: Medicare Advantage

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Understanding Medicare Part C Eligibility Requirements Explained & Updated June 2015

Medicare Advantage plans are often times called Medicare Part C. These are Medicare-approved private health insurance plans for individuals who are enrolled and enjoying the benefits of Original Medicare, Part A and Part B. If you decided to join a Medicare Advantage plan Medicare Part C, you are still in the Medicare program, you can still enjoy the benefits of the previous plan but you must continue paying the premium of your Medicare Part B.

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