Medicare Advantage Plans by Connecticut County

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Greetings Connecticut seniors. If you’re looking for a Medicare Advantage Plan for Connecticut seniors with Medicare, you’re in the right place. An Advantage Plan is an approved HMO or PPO healthcare plan that you can elect to replace your Original Medicare private-fee-for-service benefits. They are designed to save you money and reduce your financial risk.

Locate and click on your Connecticut county to compare plans. Not all counties have the same plans available, and some rural counties may not offer Medicare Advantage. It’s all based on the adequate availability of healthcare provider networks.

 
 

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Supplement Plans vs. Advantage HMO or PPO: Full Coverage Health Plan Options in Connecticut

If you’re concerned that an HMO or PPO health plan will overly limit your care, a Medicare Advantage Plan is not your only option. For a small amount more in your monthly premium you can have the best senior healthcare available. When you keep your Original Medicare and supplement it with Medicare Part D and supplemental Medicare insurance, you have full coverage with very few restrictions. Medicare supplement insurance (Medigap) in Connecticut protects you from the risk of big hospital and doctor bills. See our Medicare Supplemental Insurance page for more information. You will be relieved to know that all supplement plan available in Connecticut are are standard. That means you have the benefit of shopping by best price.

Medicare Advantage Enrollment in Connecticut

Connecticut Medicare Advantage PlansMedicare Advantage open enrollment for Connecticut beneficiaries, called the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), happens every year starting on the 1st of October. AEP ends on the 7th of December, and your new plan election starts on the 1st of January. If you are new to Medicare, you are given a one-time Initial Enrollment Period (IEP). For most folks, their IEP happens then they reach age 65. In rare cases, Medicare will grant a special enrollment period. If you miss your IEP or the AEP, you’ll have to wait until the next AEP to enroll, so mark your calendar.

Enrollment itself is quite easy. Most people in Connecticut use an independent Medicare insurance agent. Your agent is a licensed expert who knows the details of all of the plans available in your area. They get paid to find the best plan for you, and they are restricted by law from using selling and marketing tactics deems unethical by CMS. The second way to sign up is to go directly to the Medicare.gov website or call the Medicare.gov hotline. Click here to get started.

Obamacare vs. a Connecticut Medicare Advantage Plan

Concerned that Obamacare is doing away with or cutting your Medicare Advantage benefits or choices? Don’t worry, it’s not. At least not in 2014. Connecticut seniors still have all of the same benefits and choices. The new healthcare law (ACA) leaves MA plans alone, from your perspective, but adds new regulations for the insurance carriers.

Here are some additional facts about your Connecticut State Health Insurance Exchange. First, it’s not for Connecticut seniors with Medicare or those with Medicare Disability, and you can’t trade your Medicare benefits for a plan on your state exchange. Second, your state’s health exchange won’t help you with additional benefits, regardless of your income level. If you need Extra Help, visit your local Social Security Administration office. Learn more about Obamacare at www.HealthCare.gov.

Medicare Advantage Health Insurance in Connecticut

The Medicare insurance data published by MedicareWire.com is received from public data files provided by the U.S. federal government. MedicareWire.com updates its databases quarterly. However, we are unable to verify the correctness of the data received. Only a licensed health insurance agent can give you a binding quote. For more information about the Medicare program, visit http://cms.gov.

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