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Anthem has a range of Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans to fit you and your budget. Let us guide you to the plan that best fits your needs.

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Anthem Medicare Advantage Plans At A Glance

 

Compare Medicare Advantage plan benefits, costs, and other considerations to help you choose the right plan with confidence.

   

 

Medicare Advantage (Part C)

 

 

Dental And Vision Upgrades

 

 

Monthly Premiums

 

$0

For most plans.

 

 

$16 - $60

 

 

Covers Original Medicare Part A (hospital) And Part B (doctor visits)

 

 

 

  
 

 

 

   


 

 

 

Copays And Coinsurance

 

There are copays for services.

 

Coinsurance for out-of-network services.

 

$0 - $20

Copays

20% - 50% Coinsurance

 

 

Referrals Needed To See Specialists

 

 

Usually not needed

 

 

   


 

 

Prescription Drug (Part D) Coverage

 

 

Almost all

 

 

   


 

 

Dental And Vision Coverage

 

Includes routine Dental, Vision, and Hearing. Optional upgrades.

 

  
 

 

 

Allowances For Over-The-Counter (OTC) Health Items, Groceries, Transportation, And More

 

 

 

Almost all

 

 

   


 

 

 

SilverSneakers® Fitness Membership

 

 

Almost all

 

 

 

OPTIONAL

 

 

 

Annual Deductibles

 

 

$0

Deductible for most plans

 

 

$0 - $50

 

Access To Any Doctor Or Hospital That Accepts Medicare Patients2

 

 

 

   


 

 

 

N/A

 

Broad Network Of Doctors And Hospitals

 

 

 

  
 

 

Broad network of dentists and vision providers.

   

Anthem Medicare Advantage plans include routine dental, vision, and hearing coverage. Dental and Vision Upgrades represent optional additional coverage you can add to your Anthem Medicare Advantage plan. Monthly premiums are rounded to the nearest dollar amount and range rates are for 2024.

Dual Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs)

For people with Medicare and Medicaid, Anthem Dual Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs) offer coverage that’s not included with Original Medicare:

 

      Dental and vision


      Prescription drug (Part D)


      Flexible spending allowance
 

And most – if not all – your costs will be covered. Eligibility rules vary by state.

 

Explore Anthem Medicare D-SNPs 

Find A Medicare Plan That’s The Right Fit

 

There’s a lot to consider when it comes to finding the right health coverage. Let’s look at a few scenarios to help you better understand your options.1

   

Lara's Health

Meet Lara

 

“I’m finally retiring and can’t wait to spend more time with my new grandkids. I love my family doctor and I’m healthy. I just want Medicare coverage that will help me stay that way.”

 

 

Lara chose Medicare Advantage (Part C) HMO

Why It Works For Lara

  Easy all-in-one coverage for hospital, medical, prescription drug, dental, and vision coverage

 

  Low monthly premiums, and she pays for care as needed

 

  Doesn’t travel often, and sees her doctor when needed

Lara's typical monthly costs might be:

205 dollars

Total Monthly Cost

165 dollars

Original Medicare Part B premium (in 2023)

0 dollars

Medicare Advantage Premium

20 dollars

Copay for a doctor’s appointment

10 dollars

Copay for prescriptions

Smart Tip: This works great for someone who would rather pay for care as needed, rather than a higher monthly premium.

Review Lara's Medicare Plans

   

Lara's Health

Meet Paul

 

“My wife and I like to travel, but I’m also working through some issues with my knees and joints that make it hard to get around. I need a plan that lets me see specialists, easily and wherever I am.”

 

 

Paul chose the Medicare Advantage (Part C) PPO plan

Why It Works For Paul

    Flexibility to choose doctors in and out of the plan network while traveling out-of-state

 

    Can see specialists without a referral

 

    Low fixed co-pays for specialist visits and services

Paul's typical monthly costs might be:

220 dollars

Total Monthly Cost

165 dollars

Original Medicare Part B premium (in 2023)

0 dollars

Medicare Advantage premium

0 dollars

Copay for a doctor’s appointment

0 dollars

Copay for a specialist appointment

10 dollars

Copay for prescriptions

Smart Tip: PPOs give you the flexibility to access doctors and hospitals out of network, or see specialists without referrals.

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Original Medicare: Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Part B (Medical Insurance). 

 

1Examples are for illustration only. Costs may vary.

 

Anthem BlueCross BlueShield is a Medicare Advantage plan with a Medicare contract. Anthem BlueCross BlueShield Is a SNP plan with a Medicare contract and a contract with the state Medicaid program. Enrollment in Anthem BlueCross BlueShield depends on contract renewal.

 

Anthem BlueCross is a Medicare Advantage plan with a Medicare contract. Anthem BlueCross is a SNP plan with a Medicare contract and a contract with the state Medicaid program. Enrollment in Anthem BlueCross depends on contract renewal.