Month: April 2021

What are Medicare Provider Networks?

Provider networks refer to certain restrictions that apply to Medicare coverage. Generally, if you are enrolled in Original Medicare and have a Medicare Supplement plan, you can receive coverage from any provider that accepts Medicare. Provider networks generally apply to Medicare Advantage plans. A Medicare provider network includes doctors, hospitals, and other healthcare providers. These …

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What is a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug Plan?

Medicare Advantage is also called Medicare Part C. It covers everything that is covered under Original Medicare in addition to certain services not covered by Original Medicare. One of these added benefits is prescription drug coverage. This means you can get coverage for prescription drugs through a specific Medicare Advantage plan instead of enrolling in …

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What is the Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period?

Medicare Advantage plans (Part C) cover the same services as Original Medicare in addition to other benefits, such as prescription drug coverage, gym memberships, dental, vision, and hearing coverage, and more. Many choose to enroll in Medicare Advantage because of these extra benefits, but what exactly is the process to enroll in a different advantage …

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