Medicare Advantage HMO & PPO Health Plans in San Francisco County
Here are the 15 Medicare Advantage Plans you can purchase in San Francisco, California if you have Medicare benefits. Each HMO and PPO health insurance plan meets or exceeds federal requirements. Choose the plan links below to compare coverage options.
Medigap & You recommends choosing a plan based on the total cost, not simply the monthly premium. You’ll need to review plans to find the features and benefits that best meet your needs.
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Medicare Advantage Premiums in San Francisco County, California
A Medicare Advantage plan does not eliminate your monthly Part B premium that’s taken from your Social Security. Seniors with Medicare benefits in San Francisco, California 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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About The Medicare Advantage Plan Information Published By Medigap & You
The Medicare Part C information provided by MedigapAndYou.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.