Health Plan One offers more than 3 Medicare plans in Indianapolis, which is part of Marion County, Florida. Medicare carriers that offer Medicare Advantage and Medicare supplement plans in Indianapolis City include Humana. Enter your ZIP code above to compare the details of the Medicare plans available in Indianapolis.
Medicare is funded by the government for those who are 65 years and older. Medicare consists of Part A, or hospital insurance, and Part B, or medical insurance. Medicare Part C is a Medicare Advantage Plan which combines Part A and Part B and in some cases Part D. Medicare Part C is managed by insurance companies which are Medicare-approved. These plans cover the necessary medical services, and have co-payments, coinsurance, and deductibles which vary. Medicare Part D provides assistance in covering prescription drugs and can prevent high costs in the future. Like Medicare Part C, the coverage depends on the plan.
Indiana offers the HoosierRx program which provides premium assistance up to $70 per month for Medicare Part D. Those who are eligible for this program are enrolled in Part D, is an Indiana resident, is 65 years or older, and has an annual income of $14,940 or under for singles or $20,040 for a couple.
For more information about the HoosierRx program, call 1-866-267-4679
For more information about Indiana Medicare, visit our Indiana Medicare page.
Humana healthcare formed in 1961. Humana offers Jacksonville residents a variety of HumanaChoice PPO plans. The office visit deductibles range from $10-$35, and the deductibles for hospital outpatient visits range from $100-$2000 depending on the type of plan the beneficiary chooses. Pharmacy is covered under the PPO plans with a premium ranging from $63-$73.
Medicare Supplement plans assist those who are paying out-of-pocket costs that Original Medicare does not cover. The Medicare supplement plans may give the beneficiary the choice to visit any doctor or hospital.
For more information on Humana Medicare, visit our Humana Medicare page
Key areas to consider when choosing the appropriate Medicare plan are out of pocket costs, whether the plan allows the beneficiary to choose in network or out of network doctors, hospital expenses, co-insurance, the amount of skilled nursing and in-home recovery coverage the plan offers, as well as facility co-insurance. PPO plans offer the freedom to choose out-of-network doctors and specialists while in most cases HMO plans do not. However, the copay or deductible may be higher if the beneficiary chooses an out-of-network doctor under a PPO plan.