Medicare Insurance Plans Burlington County, NJ

Medicare Insurance in Burlington County, NJDon't let all of the Medicare health insurance options in Burlington County scare you. Click one of the plan types below to compare just the Medicare coverage you need. Click here to learn more about your Medicare options.

Plan ID: S5921-293
Monthly Premium
$105.70
Plan ID: S5820-003
Monthly Premium
$46.30
Plan ID: S5921-349
Monthly Premium
$25.50
Plan ID: S5810-174
Monthly Premium
$138.50
Plan ID: H3152-022
Monthly Premium
$104.00
Plan ID: H3156-029
Monthly Premium
$15.00
Plan ID: H3156-030
Monthly Premium
$39.00
Plan ID: S5617-018
Monthly Premium
$47.30
Plan ID: S5617-230
Monthly Premium
$103.00
Plan ID: S5617-249
Monthly Premium
$50.30
Plan ID: S5932-005
Monthly Premium
$49.40
Plan ID: S7694-004
Monthly Premium
$37.80
Plan ID: S5660-207
Monthly Premium
$49.50
Plan ID: S5660-106
Monthly Premium
$32.90

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Burlington County Medicare Insurance Options

Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) is the only Medicare insurance that's standard in New Jersey. All private Medicare insurance is regulated by the federal government, but plan and policy availability is regional (e.g., within all parts of Burlington County or throughout the state).

Also, although there are nearly 200,000 primary care doctors (physicians) in America that are authorized to bill Medicare for services provided to their patients, every doctor accepts Medicare payments in a different way. As a result, the combination of health insurance options and doctors who accept them is seemingly endless.

Our goal is to help you find all of the information you need to narrow your plan options to a small number so you can get on the phone with licensed adviser and make your final election for the year. In our experience, people who take a little more time investigating their options generally have better results with their healthcare.

Medicare Advantage Insurance in Burlington County

If you're concerned that Original Medicare might be too expensive (you pay 20% of all costs), then a Burlington County Medicare Advantage plan is the first option you need to explore. It's the private health insurance alternative that replaces your Medicare Part A and Part B benefits with a managed care plan (HMO or PPO), or a private fee-for-service plan (available in limited areas).

For most Burlington County seniors cost is a factor, so let's talk about it. You have plans as low as $15.00 per month and some as high as $153.70 per month. It's not always true that the higher the premium the more benefits and coverage you get. Be a good shopper and compare. Be sure to compare prescription drug benefits. There are 3 plans that give you prescription drug coverage and 1 that don't include it.

There are several different type of plans, including Health Maintenance Organization (HMO), Preferred Provider Organization (PPO), Private Fee-for-Service (PFFS), and Medical Savings Account (MSA). HMO and PPO plans are the most common. We identify the plan type and its benefits on each plan page.

In many areas you will find one or more $0 plans. This simply means that there's no additional monthly premium cost to you above and beyond your monthly Part B premium. In all cases you are required to continue to pay your monthly Part B premium in addition to the Medicare Advantage plan premium.

Are you aware that Medicare Advantage has an annual out-of-pocket spending limit? This feature, called the Maximum Out-of-Pocket (MOOP) expense, is what safeguards you from the threat of high medical bills. Each year the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) sets the maximum and an alternative minimum MOOP that plans may offer, so be sure to look for it when comparing your health insurance options.

A full thirty-three percent of all Medicare beneficiaries enroll in Medicare Advantage each year. The reason is simple: it's a cost-effective alternative to Original Medicare. We encourage you to learn more by visiting our Medicare Advantage Frequently Asked Questions and Medicare Advantage Coverage pages.

Medicare Supplement Insurance in Burlington County

The only relief New Jersey seniors have from the high cost of medical bills is additional insurance. That's because Original Medicare does not set limits on your annual out-of-pocket expenses. It's a serious risk that you need to consider. If you plan to keep your Original Medicare, the solution is Medicare Supplement insurance (Medigap).

Medigap insurance is available in New Jersey in ten standardized letter plans, A, B, C, D, F, G, K, L, M and N. There's also a high deductible version of Plan F. Plan A is the most basic and Plan F offers the most coverage possible.

It's critical that you understand how Medigap works. It does not give you extra healthcare benefits. If Medicare does not cover a healthcare expense, Medigap does not cover it. That includes your prescriptions, hearing aids, eye glasses, dental exams and other items that Medicare does not cover. Medigap works with everything covered under Medicare Part A and Part B.

Do you want to know more about supplemental Medicare insurance? If so, head on over to our Medigap Frequently Asked Questions and Medigap Coverage pages and have a quick read.

Medicare Prescription Drug Plans in Burlington County

In addition to no out-of-pocket limits, Original Medicare does not cover your prescription medications. It covers medications you need while hospitalized as an inpatient, but for outpatient care you must pay all costs or enroll in a New Jersey Medicare Part D plan (PDP) to get cost assistance.

You have a variety of options available to you throughout New Jersey. This year there are a total of 29 prescription drug plans available, each with its own formulary. Monthly premiums start at just $12.60 and go up to $138.50 per month for the most inclusive extended plan. While shopping and comparing, don't forget to look at the annual deductible. This is what you will pay at the pharmacy before assistance begins.

Prescription drug insurance is important, so be sure to learn as much as you can about Medicare Part D before enrolling. You'll find plenty of information on our Medicare Part D Frequently Asked Questions and Medicare Part D Coverage pages.

How-To Find a Medicare Doctor in Burlington County, New Jersey

We've recently added all Burlington County Medicare doctors (primary care physicians for now) to MedicareWire.com. Doctors who treat Medicare patients are listed by city or town. We have school information, years of experience, hospital affiliations and insurances for doctors in Beverly, Bordentown, Browns Mills, Burlington, Columbus, Florence, Fort Dix, Hainesport, Jobstown, Lumberton, Maple Shade, Marlton, Medford, Moorestown, Mount Holly, Mount Laurel, New Gretna, New Lisbon, Palmyra, Pemberton, Riverside, Riverton, Roebling, Willingboro, Wrightstown, and surrounding areas.