Medicare Advantage Plans (also called Medicare Part C or MA) cover Medicare Part A and Part B services and usually prescription drug coverage run by private insurance companies. Some Medicare Advantage Plans offer additional benefits such as dental and vision care that are typically not offered in Original Medicare or Medicare Supplement plans.
Articles in this section
- Do I need Medicare Part D if I have supplemental insurance?
- Does Medicare Cover Cataract Surgery?
- How do you use medicare.gov to find Part D plans?
- What Is the Difference Between Medicare and Medicaid?
- What are Medicare Advantage plan and Medicare Part D Special Enrollment Periods (SEP)?
- What is the 5-star Special Enrollment Period?
- Does Medicare Cover Dentures?
- What is the difference between a Medicare Supplement and a Medicare Advantage plan?
- What Are Medicare Part B Excess Charges?
- I'm on an employer plan and been enrolled in Medicare Parts & Part B for several years, can I enroll in Plan G without any underwriting?