The private health plans available through the Medicare Advantage program are regional. Plans are available County by County, not throughout the entire state. Health plans in your County are completely different than those in neighboring areas.
If you choose to join a 2018 Medicare Advantage plan, Medicare will dis-enroll you from Medicare Part A and Part B. Your health benefits will be provided by the plan you join. Click on your County to get started.
Medicare Advantage vs. Original Medicare + Supplement
While more and more people join Medicare Advantage every year, it's not for everyone. Some simply feel that it's inconvenient or that it limits their healthcare options. Fortunately, there's a second way to get full coverage with Medicare. When you add a North Carolina Medicare Supplement and a North Carolina Medicare Part D Plan to your Original Medicare, you have the best overall coverage available.
Medicare Supplements (aka, Medigap) protect you from big medical bills. They can also help you lower your overall healthcare costs. If you're not familiar with the ins and outs of supplements, see our North Carolina Medigap Plans page. When comparing supplements with Medicare Advantage, it's important to understand that supplements are standardized. This give you the luxury to buy the coverage you need based on the lowest price, and know you're getting exactly the coverage you need.
Just a friendly reminder that Medicare does not cover routine dental care. We have a complete catalog of best dental insurance for senior on Medicare in North Carolina.
A Medicare Supplement policy protects you from big medical bills and helps you lower the total annual cost of your healthcare. See our North Carolina Medigap Plans page for more information. The good news is that all supplemental insurance is standardized, offering you the luxury to buy the coverage you need based on the lowest price.
About Our 2018 Medicare Part C Information
We collect Medicare health insurance information from public files on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) website. Although we do our best to regularly update our databases, we are not able to ensure the exactness of the information. You must use a licensed insurance agent to get an accurate and binding quote.
For more information about the Medicare program, visit http://cms.gov. This page was last reviewed and updated on .
The health insurance information provided on MedicareNavigators.com is derived from CMS Landscape Source files and our interpretation of Medicare benefits and policies. We update our databases quarterly. However, we are unable to verify its correctness.
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