Posted November 11, 2021 by Sue Titterington Vice President, Sales & Market Development
If you’re eligible for Medicare and are a Veteran, you’re probably receiving a lot of information from Medicare plans since we’re now in the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP.) The AEP is from October 15 through December 7 and this is when most Medicare-eligibles select their coverage for the coming year.
If you’re currently using VA health care, you may have questions about whether you should supplement your VA health care with a Medicare Advantage (MA) plan. While everyone’s needs are different, in many instances, enrolling in an MA plan may be a good option.
Below are some things to consider as you review your options:
SummaCare offers many Medicare Advantage plan options including the Amber (HMO) plan. This plan doesn’t include prescription drug coverage so many Veterans may find this attractive.
If you’re a Veteran, SummaCare Medicare Advisors are available to walk you through your options and help you decide if enrolling in a Medicare Advantage plan is right for you. But, you need to make your decision by December 7.
SummaCare Medicare Advisors can be reached at <330-996-8440> or (toll-free) <888-464-8440> (TTY 800-750-0750). We also offer free informational seminars to learn about SummaCare’s Medicare Advantage plans. See upcoming seminars at www.summacare.com/events
For more information, compare plans or enroll, visit www.summacare.com/medicare.
SummaCare is an HMO and HMO-POS plan with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in SummaCare depends on contract renewal.
Every year, Medicare evaluates plans based on a 5-star rating system. SummaCare Medicare has been recognized with a 4.5-Star (out of 5) overall rating for 2022 from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
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