If you’re thinking of enrolling in a Medicare Advantage plan with supplemental benefits, consider these questions

Beginning in 2019 and continuing into 2020, Medicare Advantage plans have increased flexibility to provide coverage for what the government calls supplemental benefits.  In 2020, Medicare Advantage plans can begin covering supplemental benefits that aren’t primarily health-related, specifically for people with chronic illnesses. Since we are in the heart of Medicare Open Enrollment season, ending December 7, if you or a loved one will be shopping for Medicare coverage for 2020, you may want to know about these new supplemental benefits. In the attached article, it outlines the questions you should be asking if you’re thinking of enrolling in a Medicare Advantage plan with supplemental benefits. Read article here…

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