Medicare Advantage HMO & PPO Health Plans in Rockland County

Rockland County, NY 2014 Medicare Advantage Health PlansThere are 16 government approved Medicare Advantage health plans available to Medicare beneficiaries living in Rockland County, NY. When you join a New York Medicare Advantage health plan it completely replaces your Original Medicare insurance. Click on the plan links below to compare health plans.

 
 

2014 Medicare Advantage Enrollment

You must enroll in a Medicare Advantage health plan during open enrollment. There is an Annual Enrollment Period, or AEP, and an Initial Enrollment Period, or IEP. AEP starts on 15 October each year and ends on 7 December. When you first turn 65 or become eligible due to a disability you can enroll during your IEP. To read about enrollment restrictions, visit our Medicare Advantage Enrollment page.

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Review All Rockland County Medicare Advantage Health Plans Before Choosing

The experts at Medigap & You suggest looking beyond the the Medicare Advantage monthly premium. Experts recommend looking through all available health plans in your area to find the coverage options that meet your unique health care needs.

New York Medicare Health Plan Premiums

Most seniors with Medicare in Rockland County are required to pay the standard Part B premium in addition to their Part C (Advantage Plan) premium. Some beneficiaries pay a higher rate on their Part B premium because of their yearly income (over $85,000 for singles and over $170.000 for married couples), or due to late enrollment. For more information about high income Part B and Part D premiums call Social Security at 1-800-772-1213.

2014 Medicare Advantage Enrollment

You must enroll in a Medicare Advantage health plan during open enrollment. There is an Annual Enrollment Period, or AEP, and an Initial Enrollment Period, or IEP. AEP starts on 15 October each year and ends on 7 December. When you first turn 65 or become eligible due to a disability you can enroll during your IEP. To read about enrollment restrictions, visit our Medicare Advantage Enrollment page.