Medicare Advantage HMO & PPO Health Plans in Mclennan County

Mclennan County, TX 2014 Medicare Advantage Health PlansHere are the 27 Medicare Advantage health plans that you can join in Mclennan County, TX if you have Medicare benefits. Each Medicare Advantage health plan meets or exceeds all Federal and Texas state coverage requirements. Browse the plan links below to compare coverage options.

 
 

When You Can Enroll in a 2014 Medicare Advantage Health Plan

Medicare Advantage enrollment is restricted to the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) and your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP). The AEP open enrollment begins 15 October and ends 7 December, so mark your calendar. To learn about your IEP and other restrictions, see our Medicare Advantage Enrollment page.

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Review All Mclennan County Medicare Advantage Health Plans Before Choosing

Medigap & You suggests choosing a health plan based on your needs, not the lowest monthly premium. Your health insurance and coverage is very important. Please review each plan for the features and benefits you need most.

Texas Medicare Health Plan 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 Mclennan 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.

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.