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Medicare Advantage is a sort of All in One option to standard Medicare. Medicare Advantage, also known as Part C, basically brings together various Medicare Plans but most often include Parts A, B and D. The key difference between Med Advantage and standard Medicare is that Advantage is sold by private insurance companies to consumers whereas standard Medicare can only be obtained directly from the federal government. As with everything in life, there costs and benefits to both options. Typically Advantage will have lower out-of-pocket costs than standard Medicare as well have extra benefits but you may have to use an in-plan doctor.
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Eligibility For Medicare Advantage Insurance
The following are the criteria that you should meet to be eligible for Medicare. You should meet at least one criterion from the below list.
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Three Basic Costs Involved for You to Have and Use Medicare Advantage
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- Premiums: Premium is the amount you pay on a monthly basis simply to have Medicare Advantage available to you, regardless of whether you use it or not. Unlike basic Medicare, Med Advantage is issued by private insurance companies and the premiums will vary company to company. In some cases, no premium is charged the consumer.
- Deductibles: Deductibles are basically a dollar threshold amount that you must pay before your coverage kicks in. If the medical service you seek costs less than your deductible, your insurance won’t kick in until the amount exceeds your deductible.
- Co-insurance: Co-insurance is basically your share of approved Medicare costs after you pay your deductible. As an example: for Medicare Part B outpatient coverage, you pay 20% of the Medicare approved costs, after you pay your deductible. A Medicare Advantage plan can help offset those coinsurance costs.