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Minnesota Medicare Advantage Plans

What are they? Much like an HMO or PPO, Minnesota Medicare Advantage Plans are an another optionĀ for Minnesota Seniors. Advantage Plans also know as Medicare Part C are administered by individual private insurance providers that are approved by Medicare. There are a variety of medicare advantage plans in Minnesota. Medicare Plans of this type include Doctor and Hospital coverage. Minnesota Medicare Advantage Plans often times will have extra coverage with vision care,dental care,hearing aids included. Most do include Medicare prescription drug coverage (Part D).

Buying Minnesota Medicare Advantage Plans

Residents of Minnesota eligible for medicare have the option every year to enroll in medicare advantage plans. Before choosing a medicare plan, check with a Minnesota Medicare Insurance Agent first . You can get quotes on Minnesota Medicare Advantage Plans here.

Open Enrollment for Medicare: Medicare Enrollment
October 15th begins the medicare enrollment period for Seniors. Between Oct 15 - Dec 7th eligible Seniors can switch to a Medicare Advantage Plan, add a Medicare Supplement Plan or add on a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan. There are several other changes that can be made in addition. If you are looking to join a Medicare Advantage Plan or to get Medicare Supplement Insurance enter your zip code below.

Qualifying for Minnesota Medicare Advantage Plans?

Residents of Minnesota getting close to the age of 65 should be ready to enroll in Medicare. Generally, the eligibility requirement for Medicare is that you or your spouse worked for at least 10 years in Medicare-covered employment and you are 65 years or older and a citizen or permanent resident of the United States. If you are eligible you can complete a medicare application online or at a Minnesota Medicare Office. If you want to look into additional coverage other than the traditional medicare visit our Minnesota Medicare Advantage Plans listing and choose a provider listed in our medicare directory.

If you are a Minnesota resident and are turning or just turned 65 it is important that you:

  1. Apply for medicare through a Social Security Office in Minnesota or apply for government medicare online. Any delay on your part will cause a delay in medicare coverage and can result in higher medicare premiums.
  2. Learn about the medicare options available in Minnesota. Get a quote today! There is a limited window of opportunity to enroll in optional medicare programs, like supplemental medicare plan coverage,advantage and medicare prescription plans.

Minnesota Medicare Advantage Plans

Find Quotes on Minnesota Medicare Advantage Plans

Minnesota Medicare Advantage Plans page updated Mar 27, 2012.


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