Welcome Minnesota seniors! This page has the complete list of 2017 Medicare Advantage Plans for Minnesota 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.
Rural counties in Minnesota may have few HMO or PPO health plans, or possibly none at all. Advantage Plan providers uses hospital and doctor networks to provide care. Find your county below to start comparing plans..
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Medicare Advantage vs. Original Medicare with Medigap: Minnesota Full Coverage Choices
A Medicare Advantage plan is one option for full coverage health insurance, but you have a second option that works with your Original Medicare. You can keep your Part A and Part B coverage and supplement it with a Medigap policy and a Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan. If you’re not familiar with Medigap policies in Minnesota, and how they pay your deductibles, co-insurances and co-pays, read our Medicare Supplement page. All Medigap plans available in Minnesota are standardized. That means a Plan F, as an example, has the same benefits from every company that sells it. The only difference is the monthly premium
Medicare Advantage Enrollment in Minnesota
In general, there are two times that you can enroll in a Minnesota Medicare Advantage plan that’s available in your county. The first time you can enroll is during your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP). For most people, your IEP happens when you turn 65. After that, you enroll in an MA plan during open enrollment, called the Annual Election Period (AEP). During AEP, which starts every year on October 1st and ends on December 7th, you can enroll, dis-enroll or change plans.
Enrollment itself is quite easy. Most people in Minnesota use an independent Medicare insurance agent. Your agent is a licensed expert who knows the details of all of the plans available in your area. They get paid to find the best plan for you, and they are restricted by law from using selling and marketing tactics deems unethical by CMS. The second way to sign up is to go directly to the Medicare.gov website or call the Medicare.gov hotline. Click here to get started.
Medicare Plans & Insurance in Minnesota
- 2017 Minnesota Medicare Advantage Plans
- 2017 Minnesota Medicare Supplements
- 2017 Minnesota Medicare Part D Plans
2017 Medicare Advantage Plans in Minnesota
The following Medicare Advantage Plans are available in Minnesota, ordered by most available. Consult your county page for availability in your area.
- HealthPartners Freedom Basic
- UCare for Seniors Value
- Platinum Blue Complete Plan with Rx
- Medica Prime Solution Enhanced w/Rx 2
- HealthPartners Freedom Balance with Rx
- UCare for Seniors Essentials Rx
- HealthPartners Freedom Vital with Rx
- Platinum Blue Complete Plan
- Medica Prime Solution Enhanced w/Rx
- HealthPartners Freedom Balance
- HealthPartners Freedom Vital
- Platinum Blue Choice Plan with Rx
- Medica Prime Solution Basic w/Rx 2
- Medica Prime Solution Value w/Rx 2
- HealthPartners Freedom Ultimate with Rx
- Platinum Blue Choice Plan
- Medica Prime Solution Basic w/Rx
- Medica Prime Solution Value w/Rx
- HealthPartners Freedom Ultimate with Enhanced Rx
- Platinum Blue Core Plan with Rx
- Medica Prime Solution Thrive w/Rx
- HealthPartners Freedom Ultimate
- Platinum Blue Core Plan
- Medica Prime Solution Thrift w/Rx
- HumanaChoice H6609-004
- HumanaChoice H6609-143
- HumanaChoice H6609-142
- UCare for Seniors Classic
- UCare for Seniors Value Plus
- Humana Gold Choice H8145-089
- EssentiaCare Secure
- EssentiaCare Grand
- Gundersen MN Senior Preferred Value (w/Rx)
- Gundersen MN Senior Preferred Value (no Rx)
- Gundersen MN Senior Preferred Elite (w/Rx)
- Gundersen MN Senior Preferred Elite (no Rx)