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Which Plans Can I Choose From?

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    Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO)
    HMOs generally require you to use doctors, hospitals and other health care providers within their network with few exceptions. You usually need a referral to see a specialist. Almost all HMOs include prescription drug coverage.
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    Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO)
    PPOs generally allow you to use any doctor or other provider that you want, but you may have to pay more if you go to one that’s not in your PPO network. You do not need a referral to see a specialist. Drug coverage is usually included.
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    Point-of-Service
    Sometimes called HMOPOS plans, these are HMO plans that may allow you to receive services from out-of-network doctors, hospitals or other health care providers at a higher cost to you.
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    Private Fee-for-Service
    PFFS plans generally allow you to use any doctor, hospital or other provider as long as the provider accepts the plan’s terms. If your PFFS plan does not cover drugs, you can purchase a Medicare Part D drug plan.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do Medicare Advantage plans cover?
Medicare Advantage plans are administered by private insurance companies. They include the same coverage as Part A and Part B and usually have Part D drug coverage. Plans may also include other extra benefits such as vision and dental.
When should I enroll in Medicare Advantage?
Most experts recommend beginning the enrollment process during your initial enrollment period, which starts three months before you turn 65.
What documents do I need to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan?
  • Your name
  • Your date of birth
  • Your Social Security number
  • Your original birth certificate
  • Your driver's license number, passport or other proof of U.S. citizenship or legal residency
  • Any current health insurance you have, including Medicaid
  • Current employer information if you are still working
Annual Enrollment Ends December 7th
Have you selected your 2023 Medicare plan? The Medicare Annual Enrollment period ends tomorrow. Visit GoHealth today to see what savings you may qualify for with a new plan.