These plans may cover more services and have lower out-of-pocket costs than the Original Medicare Plan. If you join one of these plans, you generally get all your Medicare-covered health care through that plan. Some plans cover prescription drugs. In some plans, like HMOs, you may only be able to see certain doctors or go to certain hospitals to get covered services.
To join a Medicare Advantage plan, you must have Medicare Part A and Part B. You will have to pay your monthly Medicare Part B premium to Medicare. In addition, you might have to pay a monthly premium to your Medicare Advantage Plan for the extra benefits they offer.
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