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MEDICARE ADVANTAGE PLANS
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BlueCross BlueShield of Arizona
BlueCross BlueShield of Illinois/HCSC
BlueCross BlueShield of Montana/HCSC
BlueCross BlueShield of New Mexico/HCSC
BlueCross BlueShield of Oklahoma/HCSC
BlueCross BlueShield of Texas/HCSC
Care 1st Health Plan
Care Improvement Plus
Global Health Plan
SCAN Health Plan
The University of Arizona Health Plans
What are my Medicare coverage choices?
What are Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C)?
Medicare Advantage Plans Cover All Medicare Services
Medicare Advantage Plans Must Follow Medicare's Rules
Read the information You Get From Your Plan
Who can join?
You must meet these conditions to join a Medicare Advantage Plan:
- You have Part A and Part B.
- You live in the plan's service area.
- You don't have End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)
- You can join a Medicare Advantage Plan even if you have a pre-existing condition, except for End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)
- You can only join or leave a plan at certain times during the year.
- Each year, Medicare Advantage Plans can choose to leave Medicare or make changes to the services they cover and what you pay. If the plan decides to stop participating in Medicare, you'll have to join another Medicare health plan or return to Original Medicare.
- Medicare Advantage Plans must follow certain rules when giving you information about how to join their plan.
Prescription Drug Coverage
What if I Have Other Coverage?
What if I Have a Medicare Supplement Insurance Policy?
What Do I Pay?
Your out-of-pocket costs in a Medicare Advantage Plan depend on the following:
- Whether the plan charges a monthly premium.
- Whether the plan pays any of your monthly Part B premium.
- Whether the plan has a yearly deductible or any additional deductibles for certain services.
- How much you pay for each visit or service (copayments or coinsurance).
- The type of health care services you need and how often you get them.
- Whether you go to a doctor or supplier who accepts assignment (if you're in a Preferred Provider Organization, Private Fee-for-Service Plan, or Medical Savings Account Plan and you go out-ofnetwork).
- Whether you follow the plan's rules, like using network providers.
- Whether you need extra benefits and if the plan charges for it.
- The plan's yearly limit on your out-of-pocket costs for all medical services.
- Whether you have Medicaid or get help from your state.
Whether you have Medicaid or get help from your state. Read the information you get from your plan
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