Welcome Washington D.C. seniors! This page has the complete list of 2017 Medicare Advantage Plans for Washington D.C. beneficiaries. Health plans are organized by county to make them easy to find. A Medicare Advantage plan replace your Original Medicare benefits with government approved private healthcare insurance (HMO or PPO) that saves money.
Locate and click on your Washington D.C. county to compare plans. Not all counties have the same plans available, and some rural counties may not offer Medicare Advantage. It’s all based on the adequate availability of healthcare provider networks.
Find a Washington D.C. Medicare Insurance Agent!
We maintain an exclusive list of Medicare insurance agents and agencies licensed to sell Medicare Advantage plans in Washington D.C.. Click Here to see your agents. You can request confidential quotes online to compare rates.
Medigap & Medicare Part D vs. Medicare Advantage: Best Washington D.C. Full-Coveral Health Insurance
Many seniors worry that a Medicare Advantage Plan will limit their services. If this is your worry, there is a second way to get full coverage healthcare. Medicare supplemental insurance combined and a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan work with your Medicare Part A and Part B benefits to give you the best coverage possible. If you are not aware of the benefits offered by Medicare Supplement insurance in Washington D.C., and how this type of plan protects you from excessive deductibles, co-insurances and co-pays, visit our Medicare Supplement Insurance page. All supplements sold in Washington D.C. are standardized and regulated by the state. That means you can shop for the lowest price and rest assured that you’ll get all of the same benefits.
Medicare Advantage Enrollment in Washington D.C.
Medicare Advantage open enrollment for Washington D.C. beneficiaries, called the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), happens every year starting on the 1st of October. AEP ends on the 7th of December, and your new plan election starts on the 1st of January. If you are new to Medicare, you are given a one-time Initial Enrollment Period (IEP). For most folks, their IEP happens then they reach age 65. In rare cases, Medicare will grant a special enrollment period. If you miss your IEP or the AEP, you’ll have to wait until the next AEP to enroll, so mark your calendar.
If you are ready to enroll in an Washington D.C. MA plan, but you’re not sure how, relax, because it’s easy. To get started you’ll need a Medicare insurance agent. Your agent is licensed in your state to sell health and life insurance products. Plus, they are experts on the latest plans available, and they are required by law to follow strict selling and marketing guidelines. It’s all for your protection. If you prefer, you can purchase plans directly through Medicare.gov, as well. Click here to get started.
Medicare Plans & Insurance in Washington D.C.
- 2017 Washington D.C. Medicare Advantage Plans
- 2017 Washington D.C. Medicare Supplements
- 2017 Washington D.C. Medicare Part D Plans
2017 Medicare Advantage Plans in Washington D.C.
The following Medicare Advantage Plans are available in Washington D.C., ordered by most available. Consult your county page for availability in your area.
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare Plus Std w/Part D (AB)
- Cigna-HealthSpring Preferred
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare Plus Std w/o D (AB)
- Aetna Medicare Standard Plan
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare Plus High w/Part D (AB)
- Aetna Medicare Premier Plan
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare Plus High w/o D (AB)
- Aetna Medicare Connect Plus
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare Plus Basic w/o D (AB)
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare Plus Basic w/D (AB)
- MedStar Medicare Choice
- Cigna-HealthSpring PreventiveCare