1 TZ Insurance Solutions LLC analysis of the 2023 MA Landscape Source Files provided by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
When you are shopping for a Medicare Advantage plan, you may consider features such as a plan’s range of benefits and possible network rules. Another thing you might consider is the cost of a plan.
When it comes to Original Medicare (Medicare Part A and Part B), the cost of premiums is standardized across the country. But because Medicare Advantage (Medicare Part C) plans are sold by private insurance companies, costs can vary from one plan or coverage area to another.
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In 2023, the average Medicare Advantage plan premium for plans that offer prescription drug coverage is $17.60 per month.1
In addition to monthly premiums, Medicare Advantage plans can include some out-of-pocket expenses. These can include plan deductibles, copayments or coinsurance costs.
After familiarizing yourself with the costs of Medicare Advantage, it may be helpful to learn more about a few ways to save on some potential plan costs.
If your Medicare Advantage plan includes a doctor and/or pharmacy network, you can save a considerable amount of money by staying within that network when receiving covered services.
As you can see in the chart below, the average cost of a Medicare Part C plan can vary significantly from one state to another.
In fact, plan prices and availability can vary by county or service area.
*Individual Medicare Advantage plans are not sold in Alaska.
To shop for Medicare Advantage plans in your area or to learn more about the costs associated with this type of coverage, call today to speak with a licensed insurance agent. Or you can compare plans for free online.
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