Medicare Advantage is a regional program. Plans are organized by County, which means they may be completely different than neighboring areas.
If you opt to enroll in a 2018 Medicare Advantage plan, you will be dis-enrolled from Original Medicare benefits, and your benefits will be provided by the health plan you choose. Click on your County to get started.
Medicare Advantage vs. Original Medicare + Supplement
Medicare Advantage is one of two way to get full coverage. The second option is add a Kansas Medicare Supplement and a Kansas Medicare Part D Plan to your Original Medicare benefits. Most experts agree that this is the best coverage you can get.
If you are unfamiliar with Medicare Supplements (aka, Medigap), and how they fill the gaps in your Original Medicare coverage, review our Kansas Medigap Plans page. Unlike Medicare Advantage, supplements are standardized. As a result, you pick the plan that's best for you based on coverage and best price.
Just a friendly remainder that Medicare does not cover routine dental care. We have a complete catalog of senior dental plans for Medicare beneficiaries in Kansas.
If you're not familiar with Medigap policies, and how they protect you from medical care liability, please review our Kansas Medigap Plans page. All Medigap plans are standardized. That means you can chose the plan you need based on best price without worrying about the benefits.
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