Medicare Advantage

Also Known As - Medicare Part C

Medicare Advantage plans replace parts A and B and often Part D coverage with Private Insurance. 

  • You must have Medicare A & B to enroll in a medicare advantage plan.

  • The plans are offered by private insurance companies.

  • They cover all Medicare part A and part B services plus more.

  • Most plans include prescription drug coverage and worldwide emergency care.

  • There is an annual out of pocket maximum, once reached you have 100% medical benefits for the rest of the year.

  • Many plans include coverage for routine vision & hearing exams, eyewear &hearing aid benefits, & fitness or wellness programs.

  • It is likely you will be required to use network doctors & hospitals.

  • Generally speaking, plans have low or no monthly premiums in addition to the part b premium.  You must keep paying for Medicare Part B.

  • Plans have co-pays/coinsurance you pay to the provider upon receiving services.  

  • Plan premiums & benefits can change year to year.  You must be notified of the changes each year.

  • Once enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan you use the insurance card they send you for most services.  You DO NOT use your Medicare card.

  • Normally you can only change your medicare advantage plan during the annual enrollment period (Oct 15 - Dec 7).  Check with your insurance agent to see if you qualify for another enrollment opportunity outside of the annual enrollment period.

Insurance Carriers We Contract with for Medicare Advantage


957 W Lotus Brook Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84119

Office Hours

Monday thru Friday:  8:30AM to 6PM

Closed Saturday & Sunday

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