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The 2023 Medicare Advantage Plans in Etowah County AL.
2022 Etowah County Alabama
Medicare Advantage Plans
There are 25 Medicare Advantage Plans available in Etowah County AL from 7 different health insurance providers. 5 of these Medicare Advantage plans offer additional gap coverage. The plan with the lowest out of pocket expense is $3400 and the highest out of pocket is $7500. Etowah County Alabama residents can also pick from 10 Medicare Special Needs Plans. The best Medicare Advantage plan in Etowah County Alabama received a 5 overall star rating from CMS and the lowest rated plan is 3.5 stars.
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|Plan Name ⇅||Premium||Type||MOOP||Overall|
|AARP Medicare Advantage Patriot (HMO)|
|$0||Local HMO *||$5,000|
|Aetna Medicare Eagle Plan (PPO)|
|$0||Local PPO *||$5,500|
|Cigna Fundamental Medicare (HMO)|
|$0||Local HMO *||$4,900|
|Humana Honor (PPO)|
|$0||Local PPO *||$3,400|
|HumanaChoice R7315-001 (Regional PPO)|
|$0||Regional PPO *||$3,400|
|Lasso Healthcare Growth (MSA)|
|Lasso Healthcare Growth Plus (MSA)|
|VIVA Medicare Select (HMO)|
|$0||Local HMO *||$4,500|
2022 Medicare Special Needs Plans in Etowah county Alabama
|Plan Name ⇅||Monthly
|Aetna Medicare Dual Preferred Plan (HMO D-SNP)||$21.80||$480.0||No Gap Coverage||Dual-Eligible|
|Cigna TotalCare (HMO D-SNP)||$22.80||$480.0||No Gap Coverage||Dual-Eligible|
|Cigna TotalCare AL (HMO D-SNP)||$20.00||$480.0||No Gap Coverage||Dual-Eligible|
|Humana Gold Plus SNP-DE H5619-093 (HMO D-SNP)||$28.00||$480.0||No Gap Coverage||Dual-Eligible|
|Simpra Advantage (PPO D-SNP)||$32.70||$480.0||No Gap Coverage||Dual-Eligible||NA|
|Simpra Advantage (PPO I-SNP)||$32.70||$480.0||No Gap Coverage||Institutional||NA|
|Simpra Advantage Premier (PPO I-SNP)||$100.0||$150.0||No Gap Coverage||Institutional||NA|
|UnitedHealthcare Dual Complete Plan 1 (HMO D-SNP)||$29.60||$480.0||No Gap Coverage||Dual-Eligible|
|UnitedHealthcare Dual Complete Select (HMO D-SNP)||$31.50||$480.0||No Gap Coverage||Dual-Eligible|
|UnitedHealthcare Nursing Home Plan (PPO I-SNP)||$32.80||$480.0||No Gap Coverage||Institutional|
Plan Type Is the type of organization offering the Medicare Plan.
- HMO - Health Maintenance Organization
- PPO - Preferred Provider Organization
- PDP - Prescription Drug Plan
- SNP - Special Needs Plan
- POS - Point of Service
- PFFS - Private Fee For Service
Monthly Consolidated Premium (Includes Part C + D) Your premium may be lower depending on your eligibility for medical assistance. Call your provider for details.
Part D Total Premium: The Part D Total Premium is the sum of the Basic and Supplemental Premiums. Note: the Part D Total Premium is net of any Part A/B rebates applied to "buy down" the drug premium for Medicare Advantage; for some plans the total premium may be lower than the sum of the basic and supplemental premiums due to negative basic or supplemental premiums.Benefit Type
- (EA) Enhanced Alternative may offer additional gap coverage which is calculated as the percentage of generic formulary products with coverage above standard generic coverage gap cost-sharing benefit and/or the percentage of brand formulary products covered in addition to the coverage gap discount for applicable drugs.
- (DS) Defined Standard Benefit
- (BA) Basic Alternative
- (AE) Actuarially Equivalent Standard
- Many - Many Generics and Some Brands
- Some - Some Generics and Few Brands
Maximum Out-of-Pocket (MOOP) limit on enrollee spending that includes costs for all in-network Part A and Part B Services. NOT Part D - prescription drugs. N/A is defined as Not Applicable
Data as of September 1, 2021.
Plans are subject to change as contracts are finalized.
Includes 2022 approved contracts. Employer sponsored 800 series and plans under sanction are excluded. For 2022, enhanced alternative may offer additional cost sharing reductions in the gap on a sub-set of the formulary drugs, beyond the standard Part-D benefit.