What is the difference between Medicare Supplement and Medicare Advantage plans?
Medicare Advantage Plans (like an HMO or PPO); run by private insurance companies approved by Medicare. Provide your Part A and Part B coverage, but can charge different amounts for certain services. May offer extra coverage and prescription drug coverage for an extra cost. Costs for items and services vary by plan. If you want drug coverage, you must get it through your plan (in most cases). You don’t need a Medicare Supplement policy.
If you have Medicare A&B, you are eligible to buy a Medicare Supplement or Medicare Advantage Plan.
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