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Take your health care to the next level

Most people want care they can depend on at a cost they can afford. Medicare Advantage plans offer great value. Each year, plan members can save $1,640 more than people on Original Medicare.1 And they’re among the most popular and fastest growing in the country.

Find a Medicare Advantage plan that’s right for you and accepted by our doctors. Follow our three easy steps:


Know your needs


Explore plan choices


Sign up for a plan

Know your needs

  • How do you find a Medicare Advantage plan that’s right for you? It helps to have a good idea about what you need to cover. Most people choose to cover a combination of doctor visits and medicines.
  • What doctors do you see?
  • What medicines do you take?
  • What other services do you want?

Explore plan choices

What’s important to you? Finding a plan that covers dental, vision and hearing? Original Medicare doesn’t cover them, but many Medicare Advantage plans do. Many plans offer $0 monthly premiums, $0 prescription drug copays and $0 doctor visit copays. Plus they limit your annual out-of-pocket costs. A licensed insurance agent can help you find one that’s right for you.

  • Talk with a licensed insurance agent
  • Compare Medicare Advantage plans

Sign up for a plan

Now it’s time to select a Medicare Advantage plan that fits your needs. Take the time to do something simple that could help improve your health for years to come.

98% of Medicare Advantage beneficiaries reported satisfaction with their health coverage in 2020.1

For more information call 833-687-0831* today or visit

*Calling this number will direct you to Medicare Health Benefits, #L071747, a licensed insurance agency.

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1 – Better Medicare Alliance. State of Medicare Advantage 2021. (Opens PDF in new window). Published May 2021