Maximum Out-of-Pocket (MOOP) Expense
By law, private Medicare health insurance has an annual maximum out-of-pocket (MOOP) limit that helps protect you from financial disaster. The MOOP limit in 2018 is $6,700, but plans are allowed to have a MOOP as low as $3,400.
The most you will pay out-of-pocket, if you enroll in the Absolute Total Care Medicare Advantage plan, is N/A. This figure does not include your monthly premiums or your Medicare Part D coverage for prescriptions. This is what you pay out-of-pocket on co-payments and co-insurance.Be sure to compare the co-payments and co-insurance with traditional Medicare, but be aware that there are no out-of-pocket limits with Medicare Parts A and B. With Original Medicare you must buy supplemental insurance to cover the gaps or pay out-of-pocket.
CMS 5-Star Rating
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) rates the relative quality of all private health insurance offered through the Medicare Advantage program. The ratings are designed to assist people considering enrolling. CMS rates plans on a one to five-star scale, with five stars representing the best quality.
The Absolute Total Care Medicare Advantage plan is new and has not yet been rated by CMS. This is why the plan's rating is listed as out of 5 stars (as of 15 October, 2015).
Compare Medicare Advantage Plans
Compare Absolute Total Care with these top rated Medicare Advantage Plans available in Berkeley County:
- HumanaChoice H5216-075
- Humana Gold Plus H5619-083
- Humana Gold Plus H5619-084
- Care Improvement Plus Medicare Advantage
- AARP MedicareComplete
Absolute Total Care Availability
Absolute Total Care is available in Pinopolis, Jamestown, Bethera, Goose Creek, Pineville, Huger, Russellville, Bonneau, Charleston, Ladson, Cordesville, Hanahan, Moncks Corner, Cross, Saint Stephen, and all other locations in Berkeley County.