For many people turning 65, Medicare insurance options can be complex or confusing. While Original Medicare, known as Part A (hospital insurance) and Part B (medical insurance), works like a traditional insurance plan with coinsurance and other out-of-pocket costs, today, Medicare Advantage plans (or Medicare Part C) can provide an “all in one” alternative to Original Medicare with some additional benefits such as vision, hearing, and dental coverage.
If you are turning 65, or if you are already enrolled in a Medicare plan and are considering other coverage options, it is a good idea to explore Medicare Advantage plans to see if you can benefit from different types of coverage or plans.
Learn about your Medicare benefits and the different types of Medicare plans such as Medicare Advantage, Medigap (Medicare Supplement), and Part D Prescription Drug Plans using the following resources:
Please note that the resources listed may not be authorized to represent Medicare plans provided by your employer. Please contact your employer’s benefits administrator or your Medicare plan’s customer service (telephone number on the back of your ID card) for questions regarding benefits or network availability.
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SCL Health is providing the above resources as a resource to patients and consumers who are eligible for Medicare, but SCL Health does not endorse or approve of any of the plans or coverage types or receive remuneration in terms of enrollment in any plan.