Pros and Cons of Medicare Supplements
Before you decide that adding a Medicare Supplement plan to Original Medicare (Parts A and B) is the way to go, it’s important that you’ve done your homework on all-in-one Medicare Advantage plans, too.
In our guide, Pros and Cons of Medicare Supplement Health Insurance Plans, you'll learn:
Why Medicare Supplement plans exist
The pros & cons of Medicare Advantage versus Medicare Supplement plans
How to compare benefits and costs associated with both options
So much more
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To enroll, you must have both Medicare Parts A and Be and reside in the plan service area.
You must continue to pay your Medicare Part B premium. Enrollment in a BayCare Select Health Plan may be limited to specific times of year.
Members must use plan providers except in emergency or urgent care situations. If a member obtains routine care from an out-of-network provider without prior approval from BayCare Select Health Plans, neither Medicare nor BayCare Select Health Plans will be responsible for the costs.
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