How Does Medicare Part C Work?

A question we hear often from customers is, what does Medicare Part C cover?

Medicare Part C is typically referred to as Medicare Advantage.

These plans are offered by private insurance companies that contract with Medicare as an alternative way to get your Original Medicare (Part A and Part B). Many Medicare Advantage plans also include Medicare Part D.

In addition to your Part B premium, some plans – but not all – require an additional monthly premium for the Medicare Advantage plan's medical and prescription drug coverage. Please keep in mind that not all plan types are available in every area.

The benefits on these plans can change from year to year, so you have the option to change your Medicare coverage every year during Medicare’s Annual Election Period – or AEP.

Medicare’s Annual Election Period runs from October 15 to December 7 each year.

Medicare has neither reviewed nor endorsed this information.
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How Does Medicare Part C Work?

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