Medicare Part C
Medicare Part C is also known as Medicare Advantage.
An MA plan is administered by private insurance companies contracted with the federal government. So, you do not enroll at the Social Security office. You talk with a licensed Medicare agent like the ones at NW Florida Medicare.
What does Medicare Advantage cover?
- Dental coverage
- Vision coverage
- Caregiver Counseling and Training
- Prescription Drug Coverage
What does Medicare Part C cost?
Some Medicare Part C plans have premiums as low as $0. However, this does not mean it is free. Medicare pays a monthly sum to the insurance carrier to provide your care. That’s how premiums can be at no-cost to you.
So, be sure to talk to a Part C specialist at NW Florida Medicare to see what you can qualify for!
Medicare Part C enrollment periods
Am I eligible for Medicare Part C?
What will I pay out-of-pocket for Medicare Advantage?
Every Medicare Part C plan is required to have an out-of-pocket maximum. This amount is decided by Medicare each year. Currently, this number is $6,700.
However, each plan differs and you’ll find many plans that set a lower maximum.
This is a great value because Original Medicare has no out-of-pocket maximum. You are required to pay 20% of your services over and over.