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What’s A Medicare Advantage Plan?

A Medicare Advantage Plan, also known as Medicare Part C, is an alternative to Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) that offers an all-in-one approach to healthcare coverage. These plans are provided by private insurance companies approved by Medicare, combining hospital insurance, medical insurance, and often additional benefits to create a more comprehensive and convenient healthcare solution for eligible individuals. There are the different types of medicare advantage plans:

Special Needs Plans (SNPs)
Private Fee-for-Service (PFFS)
HMO Point-of-Service (HMOPOS)
Health Maintenance Organization (HMO)
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How do Medicare Advantage Plans work?

A Medicare Advantage plan is an additional option for Part A and Part B coverage under Medicare. Medicare-approved private enterprises that offer Medicare Advantage Plans, often known as "Part C" or "MA Plans," are required to abide by the rules established by Medicare. Even if you choose to register in a Medicare Advantage Plan, Original Medicare will still provide you with the majority of your Part A and Part B coverage.

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    Frequently asked questions

    For a deeper understanding, here are the most common, frequently asked questions about us.

    You typically pay for the treatments covered by a Medicare Advantage Plan in addition to your Part B fee. It’s crucial to evaluate plans in your area and comprehend the costs and benefits of each Medicare Advantage Plan before enrolling because each one has distinct premiums and service expenses.


    To be eligible to enrol, you must have Medicare Parts A and B and reside in the plan’s service region. According to, starting in January 2021, persons with ESRD will have the option of choosing between Original Medicare and a Medicare Advantage Plan when it comes to receiving Medicare benefits.

    Medigap policies generally don’t cover long-term care, vision or dental care, hearing aids, eyeglasses, or private-duty nursing.