Medicare Advantage

Medicare Advantage is also called Medicare Part C. It is an alternative to Original Medicare.

Medicare Advantage plans are offered by private insurance companies contracted by Medicare. Plans combine the benefits of Medicare Part A with the benefits of Medicare Part B. Most plans also include prescription drug coverage and extra benefits not offered by Original Medicare—all combined in a single plan.

You must be enrolled in both Part A and Part B to join a Medicare Advantage plan. You remain enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B, but you receive your benefits through the plan instead of through Original Medicare.

There are several types of Medicare Advantage plans, so please contact me for a personalized quote.

Eilene Rothman
Phone: (800) 300-0205

Medicare Advantage FAQs:
What is covered by Medicare Advantage Insurance?
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Medicare Supplement vs Medicare Advantage?
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