Medicare Advantage HMO & PPO Health Plans in Highlands County

Highlands County, FL 2014 Medicare Advantage Health PlansThere are 10 government approved Medicare Advantage health plans available to Medicare beneficiaries living in Highlands County, FL. All Medicare Advantage health plans sold in Florida give you the same or more benefits than your Original Medicare. Use the links below to compare plans.

 
 

Open Enrollment Periods for 2014 Medicare Advantage Health Plans

For most people, Medicare open enrollment, also called the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), starts on 15 October and ends 7 December. The exception to this rule is your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP), which happens when you turn 65 or become eligible due to disability. For more information, see our Medicare Advantage Enrollment page.

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Choose Your Highlands County Medicare Advantage health plan Wisely

The experts at Medigap & You suggest looking beyond the the Medicare Advantage monthly premium. It’s to your benefit to review all plans to find the features and benefits that best meet your current needs.

Florida Medicare Advantage Premiums

Enrolling in a Medicare Advantage health plan does not do away with your monthly Part B premium. Social Security will continue to deduct the same amount from your check each month. Plus, depending on the Highlands County plan you choose, you may need to pay an additional 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.

Open Enrollment Periods for 2014 Medicare Advantage Health Plans

For most people, Medicare open enrollment, also called the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), starts on 15 October and ends 7 December. The exception to this rule is your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP), which happens when you turn 65 or become eligible due to disability. For more information, see our Medicare Advantage Enrollment page.