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Managing the Medicare Maze

Whether you're new to Medicare or considering switching plans, we have answers.

A B C D's of MedicareA B C D's of Medicare HeartlandPlains Health

Learn about what you can expect next, including the key steps you'll take as you approach Medicare eligibility.

Choosing the Right PlanChoosing the Right Plan HeartlandPlains Health

Unsure whether Original Medicare or Medicare Advantage is right for you? Let our video help you decide.

HeartlandPlains Health is Here to Help

So you're turning 65 and it's time to enroll in Medicare, a new and potentially confusing form of health coverage you may know nothing about. Sound overwhelming? It doesn't have to be. You just need the right partner.

HeartlandPlains Health offers simple, affordable and local care to its members in Nebraska.

 

Let's Work Together for Your Health

In simplest terms, Medicare Advantage plans offer more comprehensive coverage with more predictable costs than Original Medicare. HeartlandPlains Health helps you get the most out of your coverage, and your relationship with your doctor.

MEDICARE
ADVANTAGE
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Medicare
Parts A and B


 


Additional Benefits
(Lower or no cost sharing, more preventive care, coverage of health care services not covered under Original Medicare)


 


Prescription
Drug Coverage
(MA Plans usually have optional prescription drug coverage)

 


Medicare Advantage Plans

Individuals can receive their Part A and Part B Medicare benefits by joining a Medicare Advantage plan, also referred to as Medicare Part C. Medicare Advantage Plans provide Part A and Part B Medicare coverage, except hospice. All Medicare-covered services a MA plan beneficiary receives while in hospice care are paid by the Original Medicare plan.

In addition to Part A and Part B Medicare coverage, MA plans often offer extra benefits such as vision, hearing, dental, and/or health and wellness programs. Many Medicare Advantage plans may also include prescription drug coverage.

Page Last Updated: August 22, 2016