Medicare Advantage plans (Part C) provide Medicare coverage through government-approved private health insurance companies. Part C plans often have lower cost sharing and a maximum annual out-of-pocket cost.
These plans can be HMO, PPO, Regional PPO, or Private Fee-for-Service plans and may vary depending on where you live. Plans may have a defined geographic service area or network of doctors and hospitals where you can receive care.
Medicare Part C
Medicare Advantage plans provide all Part A and Part B services, and most plans cover prescription drugs. Some plans offer additional services like dental, vision and hearing benefits, and wellness programs.
Now that you’ve learned about Medicare Advantage Plans and how they work, we can help you compare options to find what’s right for you.