When compared, the main differences between these two types is:
Normally less than type 1
Little or no cost for medical care
Copayments for medical care
Choose any Medicare provider in the USA
Choose any RX plan
RX plan included with health plan
Must reside in the plan service area
Dental option on some plans
Cost more for extra benefits
Extra benefits like gym membership
Change Medsup plans anytime
(Medical history may be required)
Change plans once per year
Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Humana, Medico, Mutual of Omaha, Transamerica and United Healthcare (AARP).
MEDICARE ADVANTAGE PLANS:
Prominence, Senior Care Plus, United Healthcare Medicare Complete – AARP.
Final Expense Plans, Wealth Transfer Plans, Life Insurance with Long Term Care Benefits.
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