Medicare Advantage by State
Medicare Advantage plans keep growing in popularity. Enrollment has doubled over the past decade, and the Congressional Budget Office predicts more than half of Medicare beneficiaries will opt for Medicare Advantage plans by 2030. 1
Why the appeal? Medicare Advantage—also known as Medicare Replacement—works a lot like health insurance you’re used to getting through your employer. And most plans come with extra benefits like dental, vision and hearing coverage.
Private insurance companies (not the government) administer Medicare Advantage, and the quantity and quality of plans you have access to depends on where you live. To find out what Medicare Advantage plans are available to you, check out your state’s Medicare Advantage guide below.
Find Medicare Advantage Plans by State
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