Medicare Advantage plans are known to be popular options for people over 65, with more than a quarter of all Medicare beneficiaries enroll in a privately-run plan.
Selecting a Medicare Advantage plan, those eligible can often obtain their get all Medicare coverage, which includes Part A (hospital care), Part B (medical services), and Part D (prescription drug coverage), in a single policy from a private insurance company.
Most Medicare Advantage plans were created to provide more complete coverage than traditional Medicare coverage. This can result in fewer upfront costs for healthcare expenses.
This feature allows Medicare Advantage enrollees to avoid having separate supplemental Medicare coverage, which is called Medigap polices. This helps you obtain reimburse expenses, which traditional Medicare won’t pay for.