AARP Medicare Insurance Plans: What Are Your Options?
If you are one of the estimated 40 million members of AARP and you are of age to sign up for Medicare, you should take a look at the various choices of Medicare solutions available through the organization. AARP offers a range of services including traditional supplement insurance plans, Medicare advantage plans and a Medicare prescription drug plan. It is important for you to know the difference between the various choices so you can make an informed decision.
First we will take a look at the complete solution which is known as a Medicare Advantage plan. The specific plan for AARP members is called AARP MedicareComplete. Provided by SecureHorizons, this plan replaces your existing Medicare part A coverage, supplement insurance plus integrates a drug plan.To be eligible, you must be enrolled in both Part A & B of Medicare.This plan offers extended coverage of some items not covered by traditional Medicare A & B. With this plan, your out-of-pocket expenses may actual be less than the traditional choice. Some highlights of the MedicareComplete plan include a network of more than 60,000 pharmacies that accept the coverage, low monthly premiums, predictable medical costs, a massive network of in-network physicians and providers and coverage for 1200 plus brand name prescription drugs. Continue reading
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