Medicare Advantage can be a better option than Original Medicare if you have Medicare eligibility, and many people are curious about what is offered under Part C Medicare Advantage. Minnesota residents who are enrolled in Medicare may not be educated about Medicare Advantage. Minnesota residents are in luck—HealthMarkets Insurance Agency employs a network of over 3,000 fully experienced and licensed agents who are well-versed on how Medicare Advantage in Minnesota works. Agents are available around the clock to answer any questions or concerns you might have regarding Medicare Advantage. Minnesota has many options for those looking into enrolling into a Medicare Advantage plan, with over 237,000 residents enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan already.
Understanding Medicare Advantage in Minnesota
If you’re not sure how Medicare Advantage works, HealthMarkets’ agents can help break down the specifics in easy terms that you can understand. Providers vary in how much they charge for their services, and each plan will have different rules and regulations. Some things you should know about Medicare Advantage in Minnesota:
- Medicare Advantage plans are required to provide the same benefits as Original medicare, at least. They may have additional benefits.
- If you opt for Medicare Advantage, you will still be enrolled in Medicare and will have a separate membership card.
- Claims must be submitted to a private insurance company.
- You still pay a monthly fee for Medicare part B.
- To be eligible for Medicare Advantage, you cannot have end-stage renal disease (ESRD).
You may rightfully still have questions about Medicare Advantage and that is why HealthMarkets understands every detail of these plans. Give HealthMarkets a call and we will help find a plan that is affordable and suits you best. Don’t hesitate to ask about Medicare Advantage. Minnesota licensed agents are more than happy to help you navigate the health insurance marketplace.