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Frequently Asked Questions
Medicare Advantage plans tend to cover a broader set of benefits than Original Medicare. Notably missing from Original Medicare is coverage for things like prescription drugs, dental and vision, hearing aids and more. Aetna Medicare plans may provide the added benefits you need, along with additional coverage for non-medical services that varies by plan. Plus, you may save money with a Medicare plan from Aetna.
Cost savings vary by plan, and you’ll always pay your Part B premium no matter which Medicare Advantage plan you choose. But some Medicare Advantage plans have a $0 premium, which means you’ll pay nothing on top of what you’d normally pay for Original Medicare. Cost-sharing, like copayments and deductibles, may be lower, too. And since many Advantage plans cover benefits beyond basic medical coverage, an Aetna Medicare Advantage plan may help lower your healthcare costs.
The reason that private companies like Aetna can offer broader coverage, often with lower cost-sharing, is because the federal government subsidizes Medicare Advantage plans. Thanks to this subsidization, the cost savings get passed on to consumers in the form of lower premiums and expanded benefits. The only “catch,” so to speak, is that private Medicare plans tend to have networks. Original Medicare does not.
How do I change my plan?
You can enroll in an Aetna Medicare Advantage plan once you have Medicare Parts A and B, during your Initial Enrollment Period, when you first qualify for Medicare (age 65). Otherwise, you’ll need to wait until the Medicare Open Enrollment Period, which runs from October 15th through December 7th each year. Compare plans and enroll online, or call a licensed agent to see how you might save with Aetna Medicare.