You Have Medicare Coverage Choices

Original Medicare (Parts A and B) helps pay for doctor visits and hospital stays, but it doesn't cover everything - and it doesn't cover prescription drugs.

Many people choose additional coverage by enrolling in one or more private Medicare or Medicare-related plans.

 

  • Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans (aka Medigap or Secondary Policy):  Help pay some of the out -of-pocket costs that come with Original Medicare.

 

  • Medicare Prescription Drug Plans (Part D): Help pay for medications prescribed by a doctor or other health care professional.

 

  • Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C): Combines both Part A and Part B and often includes prescription drug (Part D) coverage.  Some plans may offer additional benefits like coverage for routine vision, dental and more.

Decide if you need additional coverage.

Here are 2 ways to get it.

Option 1

Add one or both of the following to Original Medicare

Option 2

Choose a Medicare Advantage Plan