Missouri Medicare Advantage Plan

Missouri Medicare Advantage Plan Is Also Called Part C Plan Provided By Private Insurance Companies Approved By Medicare.

It Covers All Of Part A (Hospital Insurance) And All Of Part B (Medical Insurance) Health Care Services. Medicare Advantage Plan Covers All Except Hospice Care.

To Join Missouri Medicare Advantage Plans

  • You Must Have Benefits From Part A And Part B.
  • You Must Reside In Service Area Of The Plan.
  • You Must Not Suffer From End Stage Renal Disease (Esrd).
  • You Must Pay The Medicare Part B Premium.

Missouri Medicare Advantage Plans Features

  • Plan Provides Primary Health Care Instead Of Original Medicare.
  • No Payments Will Be Made By Original Medicare.
  • Medicare Card Will Be Replaced By A Plan Card.
  • You May Have To Pay For Copayments.
  • It Does Not Replace Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans.
  • Each Plan Has Annual Enrollment Period When You Can Join The Plan.


Medicare Advantage Plans Cover All Services Of Part A (Hospital Insurance) And Part B (Medical Insurance)

In All Types Of Medicare Advantage Plans, Emergency Care Is Covered.

All The Services Of Medicare Are Covered By Medicare Advantage Plans Except The Hospice Care. Medicare Advantage Plans Are Not Supplementary Plans Along With Medicare.

Medicare Advantage Plans May Give Extra Coverage Like Vision, Hearing Aids, Dental And Health And Wellness Programs And Prescription Drug Coverage.

If You Are Already Enrolled In The Medicare Advantage Plan, You Cannot Buy Medigap Policy.

Legally It Is Not Allowed To Join Medigap Policy If You Already Have Medicare Advantage Plan Coverage.

Medicare Advantage Plans Are Approved By Medicare And Abide The Rules Imposed By Medicare.

You Can Get The Benefits Of Medicare Advantage Plans Even If You Have Preexisting Conditions Except End Stage Renal Disease.

Different Types Of Medicare Advantage Plans

  • Health Maintenance Organization (Hmo) Plans-These Plans Must Cover Part A And Part B. You Must Visit Doctors Or Hospitals Mentioned In The Plan?s List.
  • Preferred Provider Organization (Ppo) Plans-These Plans Are Available In Local Area And Pay Less If You Visit The Doctor Or Hospital In The Plan?s Network.
  • Private Fee For Service (Pffs) Plans-In These Plans You Can Visit Any Doctor Or Hospital That Is Ready To Accept Plan?s Payments. You Have To Pay Some Amount While Some Is Given By The Plan.
  • Special Needs Plans (Snp)-People Having Both Medicare And Medicaid And Need Support For Their Special Needs. These People May Suffer From One Or More Chronic Diseases.
  • Medical Savings Account (Msa) Plans-These Plans Maintain Medical Savings Account To Be Used To Compensate Your Health Care Expenses.