Welcome New Hampshire seniors! This page has the complete list of 2017 Medicare Advantage Plans for New Hampshire 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 New Hampshire 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: New Hampshire Full Coverage Choices
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 New Hampshire, 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 New Hampshire 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 New Hampshire
If you want to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan available in New Hampshire, you can do so during an enrollment period. New Hampshire seniors turning 65, and those with Medicare Disability, have an Individual Enrollment Period (IEP). Your IEP starts two months before you are eligible and ends two months after eligibility. After that you must enroll or make changes to your plan during the Annual Election Period (AEP), more commonly known as open enrollment. AEP starts 15 October and ends promptly on 7 December.
Are you ready to enroll, but you’re not quite sure how? No problem, it’s easy! Most New Hampshire 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 New Hampshire
- 2017 New Hampshire Medicare Advantage Plans
- 2017 New Hampshire Medicare Supplements
- 2017 New Hampshire Medicare Part D Plans
2017 Medicare Advantage Plans in New Hampshire
The following Medicare Advantage Plans are available in New Hampshire, ordered by most available. Consult your county page for availability in your area.
- Humana Gold Plus H5619-007
- Anthem MediBlue Coordination Plus
- Anthem MediBlue Access
- Harvard Pilgrim Stride Value Rx Plus
- Harvard Pilgrim Stride Value Rx
- Anthem MediBlue Plus
- AARP MedicareComplete Plus
- AARP MedicareComplete Plan 2
- UnitedHealthcare MedicareDirect Rx
- UnitedHealthcare MedicareDirect Essential
- AARP MedicareComplete Plan 1
- Martin’s Point Generations Advantage Select
- Martin’s Point Generations Advantage Prime