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Medicare plans in Oxford, Mississippi
Medicare plans in Oxford offer the best coverage when teamed with Medigap, Medicare Advantage, or Part D prescription drug plans.
Depending on your needs, the most comprehensive coverage offered is through a Medigap (Medicare Supplement) plan.
Enrollment into any of the following plans requires eligibility for Medicare.
You become eligible at age 65. Your initial enrollment period for Medicare begins three months before your birth month and lasts three months after.
There are “gaps” in Original Medicare’s coverage, or things that you must pay because Medicare does not. These are usually deductibles and copays, but there are other leftover costs Medicare leaves behind. This is where a Medigap plan comes into play.
Costs covered by may Medigap include:
And some plans put a cap on the amount of out-of-pocket costs associated with Medicare.
Open enrollment for a Medicare supplement begins the first day you are 65 and enrolled in Medicare Part B and lasts six months after.
This is the best time to get a Medigap plan because you are allowed to enroll without answering any health questions and it is a guaranteed issue.
You are allowed to enroll in a Medicare Supplement at any time once you are enrolled in Part B, but you will be subject to health questions after open enrollment is over.
If you are under the age of 65 but are enrolled in Medicare, be sure to give us a call to check your eligibility.
Medicare Advantage plans must cover all of the services that Medicare plans in Oxford do. Additionally, they offer vision, hearing, dental, and wellness plans (like gym memberships). Some plans have other extra benefits like transportation to doctor visits, prescription drugs, adult daycare, and more.
Sometimes, Medicare Advantage plans are available at no additional cost to you.
There are 13 Medicare Advantage plans available in Oxford.
Medicare plans in Oxford do not cover prescription drugs unless you have a Part D plan with it.
Each Part D plan must give a standard level of coverage set by Medicare. Plans include a list of drugs they cover, called a formulary, and if any changes are made to it, the provider is required to send you a notice.
There are 25 prescription drug plans available in Oxford.
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