Hello Kansas seniors! On this page you will find a complete list of 2017 Medicare Advantage Plans for Kansas beneficiaries, organized by county. Not familiar with Medicare Advantage? No problem, it’s easy. An Advantage Plan replaces your Original Medicare with a traditional HMO or PPO health plan that offers you more coverage.
Locate and click on your Kansas 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 Kansas Medicare Insurance Agent!
We maintain an exclusive list of Medicare insurance agents and agencies licensed to sell Medicare Advantage plans in Kansas. Click Here to see your agents. You can request confidential quotes online to compare rates.
Supplement Plans vs. Advantage HMO or PPO: Full Coverage Health Plan Options in Kansas
If you’re concerned that an HMO or PPO health plan will overly limit your care, a Medicare Advantage Plan is not your only option. For a small amount more in your monthly premium you can have the best senior healthcare available. When you keep your Original Medicare and supplement it with Medicare Part D and supplemental Medicare insurance, you have full coverage with very few restrictions. Medicare supplement insurance (Medigap) in Kansas protects you from the risk of big hospital and doctor bills. See our Medicare Supplemental Insurance page for more information. You will be relieved to know that all supplement plan available in Kansas are are standard. That means you have the benefit of shopping by best price.
When and How to Enroll in a Kansas Medicare Advantage Plan
Medicare Advantage open enrollment for Kansas 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.
Are you ready to enroll, but you’re not quite sure how? No problem, it’s easy! Most Kansas seniors use an independent Medicare insurance agent to walk them through the whole process. Your agent is well versed in all of the plans available in your county, and they will help you compare plan features without trying to sell you on one plan or another. In fact, by law agents are required to follow strict selling and marketing guidelines. It’s all for your protection. If you’d rather not use a local agent, you can go directly to Medicare.gov. Click here to get started.
Medicare Plans & Insurance in Kansas
- 2017 Kansas Medicare Advantage Plans
- 2017 Kansas Medicare Supplements
- 2017 Kansas Medicare Part D Plans
2017 Medicare Advantage Plans in Kansas
The following Medicare Advantage Plans are available in Kansas, ordered by most available. Consult your county page for availability in your area.
- HumanaChoice R5826-013
- HumanaChoice R5826-069
- Humana Gold Choice H2944-197
- Humana Gold Choice H2944-013
- UnitedHealthcare MedicareDirect Essential
- UnitedHealthcare MedicareDirect Rx
- HumanaChoice H1716-001
- Humana Gold Choice H8145-120
- Advantra Freedom Plus
- Humana Gold Choice H8145-122
- Advantra Freedom
- Humana Gold Plus H2649-024
- Humana Gold Plus H2649-012
- Humana Gold Plus H2649-004
- Advantra Connect Plus
- Coventry Total Care
- Coventry Select (no drug)
- Humana Gold Plus H2649-021
- HumanaChoice H6609-123
- Advantra Advantage
- Coventry Medicare Advantage Total Care
- Coventry Medicare Advantage
- HumanaChoice H6609-126
- Blue Medicare Advantage Complete
- Cigna-HealthSpring Preferred
- Blue Medicare Advantage Plus
- AARP MedicareComplete Plan 1
- Erickson Advantage Signature without Drugs
- Erickson Advantage Signature with Drugs
- Erickson Advantage Freedom
- AARP MedicareComplete Plan 2