Medicare Advantage Plans in Miami-Dade County
There are 16 approved 2014 Medicare Advantage Health Plan options available to Miami-Dade, Florida seniors with Medicare. Using the links below you can compare all of the full-coverage health insurance plans available to you.
You should not choose a plan based on the monthly premium. MedicareWire.com recognizes that your healthcare insurance is very important. We recommend that you review each plan for the features and benefits you need most.
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Medicare Advantage Plan Costs in Miami-Dade County, Florida
A Medicare Advantage plan does not eliminate your monthly Part B premium that’s taken from your Social Security. Seniors with Medicare benefits in Miami-Dade, Florida pay for their Part B premium in addition to the Medicare Advantage Plan premium. If you are single and earn over $85,000 per year (over $170.000 for couples) you Part B will cost a little more. You may also see a slight increase due to late enrollment. You can receive more information about Medicare premiums by calling Social Security at 1-800-772-1213.
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Medicare Advantage Plan Data Presented By MedicareWire.com
The Medicare Part C information provided by MedicareWire.com is obtained from public files available from the U.S. government. We make every reasonable effort to keep our website up-to-date with current data. Unfortunately, we cannot ensure the accuracy of the government data. Remember, only a licensed health insurance agent can provide a binding quote for Medicare insurance. To learn more, visit CMS on the web at http://cms.gov.