The most common types of Medicare Advantage plans (private health plans) are Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO), Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO), and Private Fee-For-Service (PFFS) plans.
You may also see Medicare Advantage plans called Special Needs Plans (SNP), Provider Sponsored Organizations (PSO) and Medicare Medical Savings Accounts (MSAs).
You still have Medicare if you join a Medicare Advantage plan.
To learn what you will pay to have Original Medicare coverage, click on “How much does it cost each month for me to have Original Medicare?” in the GO TO box.
To find out what services Original Medicare does not cover, click on the link in the GO TO box.
Different types of plans have different rules for how and where you can get coverage. However, even plans of the same type may have slightly different rules so you should always check with a plan directly to find out how coverage works.
To find out more about your Medicare coverage options, click on the link in the GO TO box.
To find out more about Medicare drug coverage (Part D), click on the link in the GO TO box.