Even though Original Medicare can be a great help for those who need insurance, there are sometimes better options when you enroll in Medicare Advantage. Wisconsin residents who are Medicare eligible have the option of enrolling in Part C Medicare, which is also known as Medicare Advantage.
Part C Plans with Medicare Advantage in Wisconsin
Did you know that 342,489 residents of Wisconsin are already enrolled in Medicare Advantage today? Wisconsin HealthMarkets representatives can help you understand original Medicare vs. Medicare Advantage, so that you can make the right choice for your needs.
Everyone is automatically enrolled in Original Medicare when they become eligible for Medicare. You don't have to accept Original Medicare, and in many cases, Medicare Advantage in Wisconsin can be a better option. HealthMarkets licensed representatives offer their service at no cost to you.
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Reasons to Choose Medicare Advantage in Wisconsin
There are a number of reasons that Original Medicare sometimes may not stack up when compared to Medicare Advantage. Wisconsin residents can benefit from Medicare Advantage plans, which combine Part A and Part B into one plan, sometimes with additional benefits, such as Part D (prescription drug) coverage. Some reasons to choose Medicare Advantage in Wisconsin include:
- Sometimes lower premiums. When compared to original Medicare premiums, Medi-gap policies and supplemental Medicare plans combined - Medicare Advantage can sometimes be the right value for your budget. This could add up to real savings over time.
- Perks. With some Part C plans under Medicare Advantage, Wisconsin enrollees can sometimes enjoy benefits that they won't get with original Medicare, like vision and hearing services, or even dental care.
- Prescription drug coverage. Most Medicare Advantage plans also come with drug coverage. Original Medicare does not.
To find out more about Medicare Advantage, Wisconsin residents should call HealthMarkets or visit the HealthMarkets website. Over 3,000 representatives are waiting to help you, answer your questions, make recommendations about Medicare plans, and help you save on needed coverage. Give us a call today at (800) 360-1402.