Medicare Part C

Medicare Part C, also known as Advantage Plans, are sold through private insurance agencies.  While they’re not sold directly through Medicare, like Original Medicare, there are still rules and regulations which the insurance companies who provide Part C must follow.

Building Your Coverage

Part C is unique because it allows the beneficiary to select the areas of coverage they desire.  Most Advantage Plans will include the same type of coverage that Parts A and B do.  

There are certain things that Original Medicare doesn’t cover that can be included in Part C, such as dental and vision. If you’re someone who wants to be able to get frequent dental cleanings or vision checks, you may want to consider an Advantage Plan.

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Choosing the Best Coverage

Plan C is an excellent option.  It gives the beneficiary freedom to choose coverage and build the policy which is best for them.

Choosing Part C plans can be complicated, considering how many different options are available.  If you’re considering enrolling in Part C, give us a call and we’ll be able to schedule an appointment to discuss your options with you.