Why the buzz about Medicare Advantage?
2020 has been a stressful year for all of us. As we ponder what socially distanced trick-or-treating might look like, it's important to have a health plan that’s working for you. Each year, millions of seniors choose a Medicare Advantage (MA) plan.1 You may have heard about these plans and wondered, why the buzz?
Medicare Advantage (also called Medicare Part C) has a few distinctive features:
Medicare Advantage plans work closely with your doctors at the Everett Clinic to ensure that you’re receiving the highest quality care. Together we:
• Coordinate your care across different providers and the healthcare system
• Invest in care teams and programs to keep you healthy now, rather than waiting to treat disease later.
• Offer good vision and hearing care, alternative medicines and behavioral support to care for both mind and body
Consider some scenarios based on real-life experience that illustrate why many seniors chose a Medicare Advantage plan6.
Are you ready for a Medicare plan that truly treats you like a VIP?
There are several ways to learn about your Medicare coverage options. You can visit Medicare.gov or call 1-800-MEDICARE (TTY 1-877-486-2048) 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can contact Medicare Advantage health plans directly. Or you can speak with a licensed insurance agent.
Get the Medicare Choice eGuide for three simple steps to find health care you can depend on. Or let us help you get connected with a licensed insurance agent. Call 425-375-7290.
The Everett Clinic works with the Optum Sales Support Center to connect you with a licensed insurance agent in your area to review your health insurance plan options. Optum Sales Support Center connects Medicare beneficiaries with resources including licensed insurance agents that sell Medicare Advantage and Medicare Prescription Drug Plans.
6All quotes used herein are fictitious and are intended to illustrate typical member experiences.
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