Medicare Information and Plan Comparisons

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While health care was not central to the 2016 Presidential campaign, the election’s outcome will be a major determining factor in the country’s future health care policy. A number of issues have garnered media attention, including the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), rising prescription drug costs, and the opioid epidemic.
Source: medicare.org

Coventry Health Care of Nebraska: Home

If you are having trouble accessing information on our website, our Customer Service representatives can assist you.  Please call them at the number on your member ID Card. Relay services for individuals with a hearing disability are available by dialing 711. If you need a PDF document in an accessible format, you can request it directly by completing this online form.
Source: coventryhealthcare.com

NEBRASKA MEDICAID PROGRAM

To apply for medical assistance, an application must be completed and given to the Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services. For more information, contact your nearest Department of Health and Human Services Office; Or, you may download an application form and mail it to the nearest Department of Health and Human Services Office.
Source: ne.gov

Medicare Plans for Different Needs

When it comes to Medicare, one size definitely does not fit all. What works for your neighbor may not be the best bet for you. Which is why it’s great to have choices. To find plans that may be a good fit for you, enter your ZIP code in the field below and click the "Find plans" button.
Source: uhcmedicaresolutions.com

2017 Medicare Advantage Plans

The two main types of Advantage plans are HMOs and PPOs. With an HMO plan, you can only get coverage if you go to a healthcare provider (hospital, doctor, etc.) that is part of that plan’s network. Going outside the network gives you no coverage whatsoever, expect in some emergency cases. It is understood that in an emergency, you may not have a choice as to where you go to receive medical care. In those instances, your plan provider may cover you with the same coverage your plan would offer had you gone to a network facility for care. With a PPO plan, your coverage is greater at network facilities. If you take your 2017 Medicare Advantage plans to a healthcare facility that is not on the network, you can still get some coverage with a PPO. But you will have to pay more than you would had you gone to a network facility.
Source: 2017medicareadvantageplans.org

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