Your answers point toward a Medicare Advantage plan.

The recommended plan is the best fit based on a few questions. There are other personal circumstances that may change this recommendation, including receiving employer sponsored retiree benefits or having specific medical circumstances to consider. Please note that CMS will impose a penalty if you do not have prescription drug coverage (Part D). We strongly encourage you review all options with an agent before applying.

Based on your responses, you may want to explore Medicare Advantage, which rolls your Medicare-related coverage into a single plan with lower monthly premiums. Learn more about our partner, NextBlue of North Dakota PPO, and view plan information.

Rather talk to an agent? Call 800-280-2583 TTY 771.

Medicare Advantage

Medicare Advantage, also known as Medicare Part C, provides a complete package from one source.

Plans include your government-issued benefits—Medicare Part A and Part B—plus additional benefits you might otherwise purchase on your own from private insurance companies. For example, Medicare Advantage plans often include things like:

  • Prescription drug coverage (Part D)
  • Vision
  • Dental
  • Hearing
  • Fitness Programs
  • Over-the-counter medications
  • Personal emergency response systems
  • National and international travel coverage
  • Health management assistance

View NextBlue of North Dakota Medicare Advantage Plans

Understanding Medicare Advantage

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